R. M. Weber's 1956 Cadillac
1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville owned by R. M. Weber of Idaho. Weber's Cadillac was nosed, and the door handles removed. The doors were operated by pushbuttons installed in the chrome trim. The deck lid was also pushbutton operated. Rear fender skirts made of stock aluminum was also fit to the car. The front of the car was lowered 1 1/2 inches, and the rear 2 1/2 inches. Inside the car featured a blue Naugahyde interior by Gaylord. Weber also put five-inch Appleton spotlights on the car.
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