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This makes two eccentric engineers/inventors who chose Cadillacs as the basis of their rolling laboratory experiments. However, unlike Louie Mattar and his throw-every-gadget-at-it 1947 Cadillac, Henry Struck’s 1930 Cadillac V-16 looks stock from the outside and exhibits a more methodical approach to refining the automobile as we know it. As William Locke related in SIA #78, December 1983, Struck’s modifications were eventually removed from the Cadillac. Can anybody tell us what has happened to it in the intervening 27 years?