William J. Unger's 1949 Cadillac

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1949 Cadillac Sport Custom built by William J. Unger of Chicago, Illinois. William created his car by only using General Motors parts, including a 1950 Pontiac hood, 1949 Buick windshield, 1949 Pontiac front fenders, 1950 Oldsmobile deck lid, 1950 Cadillac rear bumper, 1950 Pontiac doors, 1949 Buick front bumper, 1/2 Pontiac and 1/2 Cadillac rear body and fenders, 1940 Chevrolet exhaust, 1949 Chevrolet seats, 1949 Oldsmobile top, Buick and Chevy instruments, and a 1949 Cadillac and 1949 Chevrolet frame spliced together. GM straight six engine was used.[1] Inside, it had a leopard interior.

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