Cadillac Model T

1908 Cadillac Model T

Offered by H&H Classics | Duxford, U.K. | June 2020

Photo – H&H Auctions

Probably not the Model T you were thinking of, but I guess it’s hard to really corner the market on model names when everyone is just using letters. Cadillac’s 1908 lineup consisted of the Models G, H, M, S, and T, the latter three of which were all single-cylinder cars. The T was a one-year-only model.

It differed from the Model S in that the T coupe didn’t have running boards. It was essentially a carried-over version of the 1907 Model M. Three body styles were offered: a touring, a victoria, and a coupe.

This touring car would’ve cost $1,000 when new. It’s powered by a 1.6-liter single-cylinder engine that was rated at 10 horsepower. S and T production combined for 1,482 units in 1908, and they are rarely seen today. This non-running example has been parked for the better part of 40 years and is now selling at no reserve. Click here for more info.

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