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Cadillac Escalade

24 inch GM wheels – 22 inch GM wheels – 20 inch GM wheels – by Marcellino Performance Wheels

Cadillac Wheels Rims

Cadillac wheels rims for sale (Available in 17 inches, 18 inches, 19 inches, 20 inches, 22 inches)

Cadillac is one of the most famous vehicle brands in the world. Perhaps no other car manufacturer represents American culture, values and ideals better than Cadillac. Cadillac is one of the oldest car companies in America and the brand has spread worldwide — selling in over thirty seven countries throughout the globe.

Like Audi, Mercedes Benz and other famous car brands of today, Cadillac got its start during the early 1900s and was founded by a businessman and mechanical engineer named Henry Leland. A little known Cadillac historical fact is that Leland named the company after his ancestor, an individual by the name of Antoine De La Mothe Cadillac, who was also the founder of Detroit.

Cadillac’s famous logo was taken from the familial coat of arms that Cadillac created when he was married in the late 16 th century. Cadillac was sold to General Motors in the early 1900s and soon after the initial purchase, GM began to mass-produce Cadillac vehicles and carved out its spot as America’s luxury vehicle. Cadillac was ahead of its time in many respeEscalade too.

Cadillac leapt far beyond other car manufacturers of the day by pioneering new technology; creating proprietary electrical systems, building groundbreaking manual transmissions and forging custom built steel roof ceilings.

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The first engine that Cadillac produced for their luxury vehicles soon became the gold standard for the automotive industry and that engine is still in use today. Cadillac grew from its humble beginnings as the remnants of an automobile manufacturing facility that Henry Ford left behind because of its intense focus on engineering and precision mechanics. Another big selling point for early Cadillac vehicles was the interchangeability of their parts.

During the early era of cars, repairing them was costly and inconvenient because there were no standards for parts which forced drivers to endure long waits while they waited on the part or accessory to come from the factory.

Cadillac changed the game when they made all of their vehicles interchangeable so that locating, purchasing and installing Cadillac parts were easier than ever before. This won Cadillac several respectable accolades and even earned them the title Standard of the World. Cadillac was also the first car manufacturer to employ warning light systems and advanced safety features like early driver airbags.

Through innovations like these, Cadillac become known synonymously with reliability and engineering excellence and had built a following that would continue to endure.

As was the fate of other car manufacturers of the time, the Great Depression caused Cadillac car sales to decline by over eighty percent. Cadillac eventually rebounded after the recession eased and after dropping their policy to not sell vehicles to African Americans, Cadillac sales surged. Another fact worth noting is that Cadillac was the first car manufacturer to use the Phillips screw technology which improved the assembly time and made the process more efficient and more profitable.

Marcellino Wheels sells many different wheel options for Cadillac. Below are some of the Cadillac rims that we offer. Our Cadillac wheel and tire packages come with free shipping too.

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