An article written up by Petrolicious showcasing Jason Fonte's CEO SLED roaming Los Angeles on a Semi Daily Basis. This 59 Cadillac is rolling on Custom Caddy Billet Wheels or the Caddy Replicas with a special logo to pay tribute to Cadillac.
Click on the link below and read the article!
Thank you Petrolicious, and Iam Wood from Petrolicious.
Plum Daddy Caddy is featured on SlamdMag. Shoutout to Devin Roussel and thank you to Floairride's Mikea Alexander's referral for the opportunity to collaborate with Mr. Roussel. It's always about the people you work with and collaborating together. This is where greatness cultivates. The 1961 Cadillac is seen on 22" levansworth wheels with production 7 " cap with a twist, the wide V raised logo. It is the cherry on top for this supreme cadillac creation. Please stop by Slamdmag for the full article and full gallery!
Shout-out to Mike Self from www.Streettrucks.com
“JUST BECAUSE” IS AS VALID A REASON AS ANY TO BUILD A TRUCK. As often as there’s an inspiring or otherwise touching story behind a build, it’s also just as common that the truck itself is the only reason needed. When you look at the beautiful, classic lines of a 1960-66 Chevy/GMC, for instance, you can’t help but want to dive right in. Case in point: Dave Schneider’s ’65 Chevy C-10.
First off, we would like thank Daniel for entrusting The Driven Exchange with this vehicle. This is a gorgeous car, and we appreciate all the work that has gone into it.
For those not familiar, Daniel Wu is a very accomplished television/film actor and producer. And he’s also a Bay Area, California native, just like us! Outside of production, Daniel is an avid car enthusiast, which brings us to this build. Starting with an already solid example, Daniel added both AccuAir suspension and custom billet wheels, which really set this apart from other early 60s Continentals. Instead of having us tell you all the specifics, hear it from the man himself in an exclusive interview done for The Driven Exchange.