PRODUCT SEARCH | CURRENCY | INDEX >

The Cadillac V-type, 8-cylinder engine. WWII 1945. Art by John Vickery

The Cadillac V-type, 8-cylinder engine. WWII 1945. Art by John Vickery

19.00


Famous in Peace. Distinguished in Battle! The Cadillac V-type, 8-cylinder engine
Art by John Vickery Cadillac WWII Ad.
Life Magazine, April 6, 1945.

High-Resolution file from the original, digitally restored. Max-Quality jpg (500x6700px, 27.30MB).

SKU: 106023 Categories: , ,

Throughout all these years, Cadillac has held to this principle of engine design. Consequently, our research and engineering have been concentrated on improvement and developmentā€”rather than on experimentation as to basic engine types.

As a result, the Cadillac V-type engine has been carried to a remarkable state of perfection. Prior to the war, it was made available with the Cadillac Hydra-Matic Transmission–which resulted in a type of power application as remarkable as the engine itself.

Read more on this topic
Browse the World War II Archive
or browse previous-next

Rights Advisory

This work is out of copyright as it was published in the United States without a Copyright Notice.
Read more.

Please notice that any advice or comment provided here is not and does not purport to be legal advice as defined by s.12 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

EUR Euro