The Canadian built Cadillac with caterpillars from the retractor, and now is trying to sell it

The Canadian built Cadillac with caterpillars from the retractor, and now is trying to sell it

September 11, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The car is equipped with a V8 engine and a three-speed automatic transmission

A resident of Vancouver, Robert Falk, put up for sale the 1989 Cadillac Brougham limousine, whose body he installed on a platform from the Bombardier SV250 Skidozer. The car was built for the filming of the film, and after their completion they bought back. The price of the Cadillac is six thousand dollars.

In order to connect the body of Cadillac and the caterpillar of a snowmobile, Falk welded a ladder frame from profile pipes. In addition, he modified the front suspension and mounted the wheels of the skis together, and also replaced the steering gear with a rack-mount, equipping it with an amplifier with a cooling system.

The power plant uses a five-liter V8 engine with a power of 142 horsepower, which is coupled with a three-band automatic transmission. From it, the moment is fed to the transfer box from the pickup truck, and then to the monophonic bridge. The maximum speed of the Cadillac is about 24 kilometers per hour.

In October last year for sale exhibited Dodge Challenger in 1972 with a platform from the military Chevrolet Blazer. The off-road oil car was equipped with a 5.7-liter V8, a four-speed automatic transmission, an armored transfer case with downshifts and reinforced bridges with hub locking.