Same as the 1909 model except for
changes in the bodies, chassis, driveline, and engine. Also
the basic price was increased to $1600.
The serial numbers were on the plate on the rear of the body or on the dash (with engine number).
Engine numbers were stamped on the top surface of the crankcase -- in front of and to the left of the number one (front) cylinder.
Starting: 40001. Ending: 48008.
|Model No.||Doors||Body Type||Seating||Price|
|Description||Vertical, in-line, L-head.|
|Cylinder type||Individual cast iron cylinder, copper water jacket|
|Bore & Stroke||108mm x 114.3mm|
|Horsepower||Brake H.P.: 33. A.L.A.M. H.P.: 28.9|
|Valve lifters||Mechanical push rod roller cam followers|
|Carburetor||Float feed -- made by Cadillac|
|All except Limousine||2794mm||1422mm; Optional 1549mm||34 x 4|
|Limousine||3048mm||1422mm||34 x 4.5|
|Transmission||Selective, sliding gear transmission|
|Gears||3 Forward and 1 Reverse|
|Steering position||Right hand drive, controls to the right|
|Clutch||Leather faced cone clutch|
|Differential||Live, bevel drive; bevel gear differential; ABB plain/Timken semi-floating|
|Overall ratio||3.5:1 (Limo 4:1)|
|Brakes||Mechanical brakes on two wheels. Service/foot/contracting -- emergency/lever/expanding|
|Wheels||Wood artillery wheels, 10 & 12 spoke, quick detachable rims|
|Wheel size||26 in. (Limo 25 in.)|
|Optional Final drive ratios||3:1, 4:1|
1910 Cadillac Notes