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Giveaway Past Winners

Herbert Hoovers 1932 Cadillac

The Winners Showcase

A Chronicle of Winning Recipients

There is nothing better than winning. Except maybe, when you get something for your car out of it. At First Place Auto Parts we want to do more than sell you parts; we want to actively help you finish off or upgrade your ride. Starting in 2021, we have been conducting giveaway sweepstakes to award one lucky person at a time with a chance to complete their ride, on our dime.

If you would like a to enter one of our contests please click the links below, and fill out the form. Winners will be chosen at random and at times designated on the entry form. Be sure to enter once per day for the best chances, and check back often for other giveaways.

Here's a look back at our Past Winners.

        


Winner Name

Herbert Hoovers 1932 Cadillac

Type of Car Here

1932 Cadillac Grill Emblem

First stop on our ride through history takes us all the way back to 1932 to spy Herbert Hoovers’ Cadillac Imperial Limo. Herbs caddy was interesting for a number of reasons. Foremost, the insane 7.4 liter 16-cylinder engine. It produced 175 horsepower, and a whopping 300 ft lbs of torque (at idle no less) making it one of the most powerful cars of its time. 

However, much like presidents themselves, its time of glory was short-lived. No; it wasn’t voters that killed the Cadillac limo, but the great depression. As the great depression rolled over the American economy, luxury cars with gigantic engines became difficult to afford. By the mid-thirties the V16s were no more, but at least it earned an honored place in history as having been owned by a sitting U.S. president.

        

 


 

Winner Name

Herbert Hoovers 1932 Cadillac

Type of Car Here

1932 Cadillac Grill Emblem

First stop on our ride through history takes us all the way back to 1932 to spy Herbert Hoovers’ Cadillac Imperial Limo. Herbs caddy was interesting for a number of reasons. Foremost, the insane 7.4 liter 16-cylinder engine. It produced 175 horsepower, and a whopping 300 ft lbs of torque (at idle no less) making it one of the most powerful cars of its time. 

However, much like presidents themselves, its time of glory was short-lived. No; it wasn’t voters that killed the Cadillac limo, but the great depression. As the great depression rolled over the American economy, luxury cars with gigantic engines became difficult to afford. By the mid-thirties the V16s were no more, but at least it earned an honored place in history as having been owned by a sitting U.S. president.

        

 


 

Winner Name

Herbert Hoovers 1932 Cadillac

Type of Car Here

1932 Cadillac Grill Emblem

First stop on our ride through history takes us all the way back to 1932 to spy Herbert Hoovers’ Cadillac Imperial Limo. Herbs caddy was interesting for a number of reasons. Foremost, the insane 7.4 liter 16-cylinder engine. It produced 175 horsepower, and a whopping 300 ft lbs of torque (at idle no less) making it one of the most powerful cars of its time. 

However, much like presidents themselves, its time of glory was short-lived. No; it wasn’t voters that killed the Cadillac limo, but the great depression. As the great depression rolled over the American economy, luxury cars with gigantic engines became difficult to afford. By the mid-thirties the V16s were no more, but at least it earned an honored place in history as having been owned by a sitting U.S. president.

        

 


 

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