1972 CADILLAC CUSTOM WAGON - 210305 Sold* at Las Vegas 2017 - Lot #22 1972 CADILLAC CUSTOM WAGON http://barrettjacksonimages.azureedge.net/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/210305/210305_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #22   1972 CADILLAC CUSTOM WAGON
Auction Las Vegas 2017
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price Register to View Price
Lot 22
Year 1972
Make CADILLAC
Model
Style CUSTOM WAGON
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN N/A
Exterior Color BLUE/YELLOW
Interior Color BLACK
Cylinders
Engine Size
Transmission 4-SPEED AUTOMATIC
Description
Lot #22 - This car began its life as a Cadillac hearse. It was transformed into the "Pirate Surf Mobile" by art car builder Richard Fletcher. From the double front axle to the two-tone blue-and-gold paint, this 28-foot-long vehicle really stands out from the crowd. The front grille boasts a large skull and crossbones, and the hood has been completely removed. In its place, we see an engine with a variety of original customizations. The exhaust exits the engine just before the firewall through a pair of unusually shaped four-into-one exhaust manifolds with no mufflers. The cartoon-like intake manifold towers above the engine bay. The rear of the car retains more of its Cadillac heritage, though it still contains a number of cosmetic embellishments. After having traveled around a lot in his youth, Fletcher - similar to George Barris in the automotive world - came to Phoenix in February 1979, where he became a manufacturer of special cars for the cinema and actors. It only needs wiring throughout to be a running, driving vehicle. It has working brakes and can be towed by a golf cart or truck. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY** **NOT A RUNNING VEHICLE - DISPLAY ONLY**
Financing
Calculate
To learn more
CALL 888-793-9789 or
click here
Get Pre-Approved now!
Financing
Calculate
To learn more
CALL 888-793-9789 or
click here
Get Pre-Approved now!
  Upcoming Events