Dan Morehouse grew up heavily steeped in his father’s obsession in Ford vehicles and parts, but Morehouse’s automotive fate drew him elsewhere—Cadillacs. What started in college with a couple of 1959 Cadillacs that he sold to buy a house turned into a whole lot more, despite his best efforts.
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I was only in 1 Caddy my whole life but now, I have a 96 SVT Cobra and in less than 50 miles my back hurts & I have had enough! The Caddys are so comfy and quiet and roomy and smooth. Everything my Ford is not. I think when the Ford is sold I will go for a pre-69 Full size Pontiac Gran Prix. These are affordable and pretty comfy. Anyways beautiful yard and good story too, thanx.
Absolutely unbelievable collection. When I started in old cars it was with a 1934 Austin Ten Four Door and my wife said that i wouldn't be able to live with it for more than 6 months before I would have to buy a larger car. She was correct, so I bought a 1947 Cadillac but I didn't sell the Austin. From then on it became a disease/obsession, call it what you like but it never leaves you. I am now 81 and although I don't have old cars anymore, I still have a 1933 Calthorpe motorcycle and a 1986 Honda Rebel motorcycle that I ride as often as I can. As for the Austin Ten, I had it for 29 years before emigrating to UK. From the smallest to the largest, a 1948 Hudson Commodore straight eight convertible, they were all great cars to have owned.