1930 Cadillac V-16 Sport Phaeton 

This car could Fetch upward of $1 Million

On October 5 and 6, RM Sotheby's brings its 16th annual Hershey sale to the Antique Automobile Club of America

Few cars from the classic Era (1925 through 1948) have the panache and swagger of this Cadillac V-16 spot Phaeton

After paying $25 for the car in 1952, owner Joseph Runyan spent $2500 on a restoration for the practically abandoned vehicle

The Sixteen carried a big engine, displacing 7.4 liters and making about 165hp with 270 ft lbs of torque.

The Cadillac model was the first to be fit with a V-16 engine that was built in the United States

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