Well Henry,s first company became cadillac so it should have been a good truck. gm didnt have enough time to run the company into the ground yet. Scott
Probably a 1911 roadster with an added box. A common use of Cadillacs of this vintage when a few year old.
are we sure this is a caddy? that windshield doesnt look right at all.
I'll take it. Wouldn't do a thing to it, not even wash it. Just lube it and drive it as it.
It's a 1911 Cadillac demi tonneau 0r roadster. 1910 and 1911 cadillacs looked pretty much alike at first glance but there are obvious differences. 1910 hubcaps were all the same size while the 11 rears were larger than the fronts. the 1910 had metal running boards. 1911 were linoleum covered wood. 1912 had electric lights it's not a 12.all 4 cylinder cadillacs with the possible exception of the model L in 1906 had 10 spoke front wheels and 12 spoke rears. beginning in 1911 the rear spokes had an enlarged area in every other spoke with a bolt through the spoke and brake drum. 1910 had semi floating rear axles and 1911 and on had full floating rear axles. 1910 and 1911 had 5 hub bolts in front and 6 on the rear. 1912 and onward had 10 hub bolts in front and 12 on the rear. the windshield is a common one on the demi tonneau or roadster which this car is as can be seen from the cowl and the flat deck behind the front seat. the tonneau or mother in law seat was detachable so nothing needed to be cut to remove the seat and attach a utility body.
I have owned both 1910 and 1911 cadillacs and still own a 1912
okay. i knew it wasnt a 12,13, or 14 because i have been around many of them haha. good info.