The Cadillac Commercial Chassis was first manufactured during the 1930s. Cadillac is a car manufacturer, which has its headquarters in Michigan, United States. It was founded by Henry M. Leland in 1902 and is a division of General Motors Company since 1909. The brand's first automobiles, the Runabout and Tonneau, were produced in 1902. The Series 355, which came with a L-Head V8 engine, was launched in 1931. The Seville and Calais were vehicles released in the '60s and '70s, respectively. A full-size luxury SUV, the Escalade, was released in 1998. The Eldorado, Cimarron and Deville are some of the notable models of Cadillac.
The Cadillac Commercial Chassis was a strengthened version of the Series 75 frame that was built for professional cars. It was used in ambulances and limousines. The commercial chassis was available in three types: cutaway, conventional cab and cab over.
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