I'm so sorry... I just lost my words... And my jaw on the floor.


Full custom, one-of-a-kind, Cadillac roadster.
The 2011 SEMA Show GM Design Award Best Vehicle of Show Winner.

     Built by Justin Carrillo and Designs by Daryl's of Visalia, CA. Over a thousand man hours in metal and paint work alone. The car was a full frame-off build. Every nut and Bolt is brand new. Car was completely undercoated on a rotisserie.
   The frame has been modified with custom airbag suspension. The frame and components have all been powder coated. Car sits on 22"x9" Raceline billet wheels with 4-wheel CPP slotted and drilled disk brakes. Starting with the body the hood has been welded to the fenders and sectioned to make a one-off hood, the cowl area has been all hand crafted to surround the windshield that has had a hand built windshield frame that has been dropped and laid back to give it that sleek look.
   The fins have been heightened and stretched. The taill ight in the fin has been deleted as well as all moldings, trim and handles. The interior is highlighted with a 1957 Chevy Bel Air dash that has been sectioned and stretched to fit.
   The one-off center console is molded to dash and continues all the way through the car to the rear package try and wraps around the back bucket seats to make the metal flow continuously throughout the car. The four bucket seats and custom door panels have been wrapped in red Ultraleather with ostrich inserts. Bucket seats have billet medallions inserted into the material.
    The engine area has a highly detailed ground shaking Chevy 454 big block. Surrounded in custom metal panels all painted and buffed to a mirror finish to match the exterior paint.
   The killer stance makes this car look a mile long with the paint looking like glass this is a rolling piece of art.

Auction: SCOTTSDALE 2014
Status: SOLD
Price: *$165,000.00

Photo credit  (& quoate) : Barrett JacksonGrinder TV

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