The Cadillac — Scoobi LAND Sale — 10th Wave

The Cadillac

Pink Cadillac DeVille Fourth Generation 1971–1976
Pink Cadillac DeVille First Generation 1959–1960 with the aircraft-inspired tail lights and fins.


Pink Cadillac DeVille First Generation 1959–1960 Custom
Mark Goss 1970 El Camino “Engine Compartment”

USA or Mexican?

the X-Sonic with B-52 Pesco hydraulics created by Ron Aguirre in 1959.

The spread

Lowrider Purple Cadillac DeVille with hydrolics.
Lowrider sky blue Cadillac DeVille with hydrolics.
Lowrider Purple Cadillac DeVille with triple custom exhaust pipes.

Horses before cars

Farmers working in the field with horse carriages.

“Horses are not only self-feeding, self-controlling, self-maintaining and self-reproducing, but they are far more economical in the energy they are able to develop from a given weight of fuel material, than any other existing form of motor.” — Robert Thurston, a U.S. steam engine expert, opined in 1894

Street full of manure and mud in a downtown.
Street in downtown fully packed with horse carriages.
Old time Kings horse carriage on the left and present day new Kings vehicles with their special convoy composed of many security cars.


On the left there is more horse than cars and on the right image there is more cars than horse in the street. Transition from horse-drawn travel to the automobile in the early 20th century. This was a tremendous shift in our systems and the ways we powered our travel.
Accident on highways can create jam over 60miles (100 km) long .
The longest traffic Jam in history Beijing-Tibet Expressway that lasted over 12 days.

“Insufficient traffic capacity on the National Expressway 110 caused by maintenance construction since August 19 is the major cause of the congestion” — a publicity officer with the Beijing Traffic Management Bureau was quoted as saying by the Global Times.

Old days traffic Jam.
Traffic Stress Syndrome can lead to serious consequences on the road.
Oil transported by train or in pipelines to fill up tanks in gas station, airport, military bases and refineries.

The real begins of cars

Francois Isaac de Rivaz 19 December 1752 –30 July 1828
Siegfried Marcus 18 September 1831 –1 July 1898
Karl Benz — from 25 November 1844 to 04 April 1929
Inventor Karl Benz seated on the 1885 Benz Motorwagen. Bettmann Archive / Getty Images
The first four-wheeled car in 1891 by Karl Benz. He started Benz & Company and by 1900 became the world’s largest manufacturer of automobiles.
Cars evolution from 1900s to 2010s
The 1902 to 1907 Oldsmobile Model R “Curved Dash” was the first mass-produced car,[2] made from the first automotive assembly line, an invention which is often incorrectly credited to Henry Ford
Offered as a roadster, 7-passenger touring car or limousine, the Oldsmobile Limited 1910 was prestigious luxury cruiser. Over 800 examples of the Limited were produced from 1910 to 1912.
Ford T producted in 1915
the Beast of Turin a Fiat S76 built in 1910 is the largest car engine ever made which is 28.5-litre.
The Austin 7 design from UK in 1923
Maserati Tipo 26 by Alfieri Maserati in 1929
The first Jeep car type patented by Chrysler in 1943
On the left the Volkswagen Beetle and on the right the Ferrari 250, both produced in 1946.
From Steam engines to Hydrogen fueled cell cars.

Biggest production car engine

8.4-litre Viper V10 engine produced by Chrysler producing 640 hp.

Most powerful production car engine

Biggest diesel engine

The Wärtsilä-Sulzer RTA96-C is the biggest Diesel engine on earth.

Craziest production engine

The Wanke rotary engine on the left and the Mazda RX-8 on the right.

Big Oil Corporations Conspiracy

World fastest car in 2022 — The Devel Sixteen cost about $2 million and can reach 347 mph (550+km/h), 0–400km/h within 15 seconds going faster than Japan’s Maglev (Magnetic Levitation) Train, the “Chuo Shinkansen” which is the fastest train on earth operating tests routinely on Yamanashi test track at the comfy speed of 310 mph ( 500 km/h ).
On the left Infiniti SYNAPTIQ Concept that won the LA Design Challenge People’s Choice Award in 2014 and on the right the Toyota Fun-Vii concept is a configurable, connected car, where you are able to change the color or graphic treatment by tapping an app.

Lambos for Police

Sugar cars 1970s– Brazil

Brazilian ethanol gas made from sugar beet.

First robot carmaker: 1961: Ewing, New Jersey, USA

Some car-making robot into action.

Car-making memories: UK

Jaguar XJ vs Rolls Royce Ghost Series II vs Bentley Flying Spur vs Aston Martin Rapide S
The Jaguar XJ Evolution from 1968 to present.

Formula 1

Evolution of the Ferrari F1 from 1950 to 2015.
Calendar of the season with many different tracks type in many countries over every continent.
Some of the biggest crashes that happened in F1’s history.

One of the best

Nikki Lauda in his McLaren MP4/2 sponsored by Marlboro which would be forbidden nowadays. McLaren and Marlboro had the longest sponsorship deal between a team and its title sponsor in F1 history which lasted for 23 consecutive seasons

The Legend is writing history

Micheal Schumacher won titles when he was running for Benetton and Ferrari.

Biggest Tragedy in F1

Ratzenberger on the left and Senna on the right.

Impressive Ross Brawn

The Brawn GP 001 that won the season in 2009

“The chassis had the back six inches cut off to fit the engine in — the sort of thing you wouldn’t normally do even with a test car,” says the source. “And the gearbox was in the wrong place because the crank-centre height is different. There’s a massive amount of compromise in the cars.”

on the right the two Brawn GP cars and on the right Ross Brawn one of the most prestigious technical director in F1.
The controversed double diffuser of the Brawn GP compared to other competitors, Toyota, Williams and Renault.
Jenson Button, Ruben Barrichello, Ross Brawn and Nick Fry from the Brawn GP Team when they won.

Steering wheel

In the center you can see the evolution of steering wheel from 1950 to present.

Self-driving cars: California 2000

Uber, Ford, Honda and many more are doing a lot of test to reach the goal of providing safe self-driving car to public consumers.
Autonomous cars in movies and series.
  1. Fewer Accidents
  2. Decrease or Totally Eliminate Traffic Congestion
  3. Increase Highway Capacity
  4. Lower Fuel Consumption
  5. Enhanced Human Productivity
  6. Hunting for Car Parking Space Will be Eliminated
  7. Improved Mobility for Children, the Elderly, And the Disabled
  8. Elimination of Traffic Enforcement Personnel
  9. Higher Speed Limits
  10. Lighter, More Versatile Cars
Back in the 1950s this image appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. (The Everett Collection)
Norman Bel Geddes’ testing his self-driving car invention in 1958 for General Motors.
Tsukuba Mechanical Engineering Lab
DARPA Autonomous Land Vehicle (ALV) in 1980
Daimler and Mercedes Benz VaMoRs late 1980s
on the left a Tesla Roadster from 2008 and on the right, the 2020 design.
Tesla’s Autopilot® with the 360-degree coverage activated.
Cameras and sensors in a Tesla last generation.

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