- Property of the President of the Californian Cadillac Owners' Club for many years - Reputedly treated to over $25,000 worth of parts, materials and rechroming since 2011 but associated invoices lost - Desirable specification includes: power steering, autronic eye, (green) tinted glass throughout, power brakes and power windows. - Offered for sale with the very apt UK registration number '53 CAD' (currently on a retention certificate)
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1965 Cadillac Coupe De Ville Convertible 1965 Cadillac Coupe de Ville convertible with an aspen white over red interior color combination -- a true reflection of the era. Very classy. Comes equipped with automatic transmission, factory air, power seats, power steering, power top, spare tire and top cover. Service records and original owner's manual available. California black plate car. Mechanically sound. For $26,500 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.
Climate Control, Cruise Control, Alloy wheels ****ALL VEHICLES COME WITH AN RAC WARRANTY INCLUDED***** We are delighted to present for sale BLACK, this stunning and extremely rare Escalade. To find one of these vehicles in the UK with these miles and condition is simply unbelievable. This car comes with; Sunroof Electric (Tilt), Climate Control, Cruise Control, Parking Aid (Rear), Seats Heated (Driver/Passenger), Alloy Wheels (18in), Electric Windows (Front/Rear), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD/MP3/DVD), Rain Sensor, Tinted Glass, Upholstery Leather, Category 1 alarm and immobiliser. This car is HPI clear, we accept credit and debit card payments, we can organise competitive finance for you and we would be happy to take your current vehicle in as part exchange. Indoor viewing area, nationwide delivery available and all vehicles are subject to a £80 administration fee. VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY (MV07AEP), £22,993, If somebody replies with the e-mail address leontommy6gmail.com, please disregard and inform us directly, as they are not associated to our business.
1940 Cadillac Series 75 Brunn Towncar Chassis Number: 3320424 It was December 1939, almost 75 years ago, when wealthy Ohio industrialist Elroy J. Kulas placed his order for the last custom-built Brunn Town Car. This was the end of an era. The Brunn Company had a reputation for unparalleled quality. It is beautifully crafted with a precision that has not been diminished by the decades since new. Unlike other custom bodies fitted to a chassis provided by a major manufacturer, this Brunn design includes a special cowl and all aluminum bodywork. Riding on the 141", new-for-1938 Series 75 Chassis and powered by the war-proven 346 cubic inch L-head V-8, this is not only a rare and striking automobile, it is a joy to drive. Utterly reliable and smooth as silk on brand new, period correct tires. The car has documented ownership and has been winning awards for nearly 50 years.1990 CCCA Annual Meeting in Palm Beach 100 points earned, participated in 2005 the Pebble Beach Concours inaugural 1600 mile Tour d'Elegance from Seattle to Monterey, 2008 People's Choice Award at the CCCA Grand Experience at Hickory Corners, Michigan. Style, history, rarity all in one very special, lovingly preserved,
4.5 Liter V-8 Engine with 180hp Automatic Transmission Clean AutoCheck Factory Air Conditioning Dual Exhaust Fender Skirts Cruise Control Power Steering Power Brakes Power Windows Power Seats Electric Trunk
346 cid Flathead V-8 Engine 3-Speed Manual Transmission Real Fleetwood Body Original Radio Long Key Green Iridescent Correct Gray-Green Bedford Cord Upholstery Under-Seat Heaters
1948 Cadillac Series 62 Saoutchik Cabriolet ONE-OF-TWO Chassis # 486237307 This custom Cadillac is one of two similar cars bodied by Jacques Saoutchik of Paris, France. Saoutchik was known for his extravagant designs, taking many risks with sweeping shapes and copious amount of chrome. The Genius of Saoutchik's design on a large chassis is demonstrated in his ability to minimize the overall scale of the car by concealing the size of the wheels as well as using painted lines to reduce the height of the cowl. The early owners of this car included Paul Kassoff and Louis Ritter. Mr. Ritter was the founder of Ritter Brothers Furriers of New York. He was well known for his extravagant wealth, flamboyant lifestyle and eccentric taste. There is no wonder why he choose such a car for his stables.
Xenon Headlamps, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Parking Camera, Electric Seats, BOSE Audio, Bluetooth Media, Head Up Display, Heated and Ventilated Seats, Sports Seats, Push Button Start, Full service history Chevrolet Corvette Stingray C7 LT1 6.2L V8 VVT 6 Speed Paddleshift Automatic Coupe with Removable Transparent Targa Top registered January 2014 finished in Arctic White, LHD, 18 Inch Front and 19 Inch Rear Gloss Black Alloys with Red Callipers, 3LT Interior Package with Extended Fine Jet Black Nappa Leather Interior with Brushed Aluminium Trim and White Contrast Stitching, GT Heated and Ventilated Bucket Seats with Corvette Logo Badge, Leather Wrapped and Colour Coded Instrument Panel and Door Inserts, Driver Seat Memory Package with 8 Way Seat Adjusters, Reversing Camera, Electric Bolster and Lumbar Support, Remote Start, 5 Driver Mode Selector, Speed Sensitive Power Assisted Steering, 4 Wheel Independent Suspension System, Power Heated Door Mirrors with Driver Side Auto Dimming, Anti Dazzle Rear View Mirror, HID Xenon Headlamps with LED DRLs, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control, Electric Adjustable Leather Multi Function Steering Wheel, Quad Exhaust, Chevrolet Mylink 8 Inch Touchscreen with Chevrolet USA Navigation, Colour Head Up Display, Bluetooth Audio, USB, AUX IN, SD Slot, Premium BOSE Audio System with 10 Speaker Surround, Push Button Start, Electric Windows, Corvette Kick Plates, Rear Windscreen Integrated Demist, Automatic Headlamps and Wipers, Active Stability Control, ABS, Tyre Pressure Monitor, Load Compartment Cover, Cruise Control, Advanced Theft Deterrent System, Serviced at Ian Allen Motors, Surrey on 09/05/16 at 6,220. Finance available on request - subject
*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Cadillac Fleetwood 1961 restored in very good condition 1961 Cadillac Fleetwood. The interior and body are both in a very good restored condition. The 6384 cc (390CU) V8 engine with a Rochester Four Barrel carburator and 325 hp runs very good. The car has a.o. power steering, power brakes, electric windows, electric seat adjuster etc. All this makes it a beautiful car to see and a wonderful cruiser to drive. Car has Romanian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
*** THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** Please contact us if you were interested in this car. Our inventory is constantly changing and we will have similar examples of this model becoming available soon. ----------------------------- Cadillac Series 62 cabriolet 1960 projectcar, lots of new parts A real american icon, this1960 Cadillac series 62 convertible, a good projectcar. The car is from Ontario, Canada and has canadien title ’60 CADY’. There are a lot of new parts with this car such as new windows, rubbers, carpet etc. The car pas the powerful 6384 CC V8 330 HP engine and automatic gearbox. So a really beautiful American classis car with a lot of potential. Car has Canadian title and document import duties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Cadillac Series 62 Convertible 1950, 1 owner since 1961, original Belgium delivery The Series 62 is a ‘full-size luxury car’ from Cadillac, produced between 1940 and 1964. This is a 1950 Cadillac, originally delivered in Belgium. In Holland since 1961 and only 1 owner since then. The paint, interior and chrome are in topcondition. The car has red paint and a full beige leather interior. The car has the original matching numbers 5425 CC V8 160 HP engine and an automatic gearbox. The car drives great. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special 1959, good technics, mediocre paint 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special, the most popular model, recognizable by the extra big wings and the double ‘Bullet’ taillights. The paint is poor, the interior and chrome are in a beautiful and good condition. The car has the 6391 CC (390CUI) V8 engine with 329 HP and automatic gearbox. The gearbox was revised in 2008. From 2008 till now, several parts were revised f.e. drive shaft, steering gear etc. Technics in very good condition. Back then, the Sixty Special was the most luxurious model of the Fleetwoods. The car has electric windows, power steering en extra chromeparts on te sides. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Cadillac DeVille Convertible 1964 in magnificent condition This Cadillac DeVille cabriolet is in magnificent condition. Recently the car is provided with new paint, leather interior and softtop. The combination of red interior and white paint, makes the car marvelous to see and brings you right back to the sixties. The fabulous sound of the engine (7030CC !) and the automatic gearbox make it a pleasure to drive this car. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
Cadillac Series 62 Sedan 1962 in marvelous original condition A real survivor, this Cadillac Series 62 Sedan. Built in 1962, came from first owner and has his original first paint Sandalwood (44). The interior is fully original and in a magnificent condition. Even the bottom of the car is original and very solid. The car has the 6384 CC V8 engine and automatic gearbox. Several invoices and original manual are present. Really a very unique and rare car in this original condition and obviously a fantastic american cruiser for collectors. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
Cadillac DeVille cabriolet 1967 in very good condition The third generation of the Cadillac DeVille was built between 1965 and 1970. This is a 1967 original Cadillac DeVille convertible. In 2016 the car was provided with new lightblue paint and new dark blue leather interior, a very beautiful, stylish and classic combination on the American Cruiser. Technics are fully checked in our workshop, repaired and approved. The 7025CC engine delivers 308 HP. This in combination with the automatic gearbox makes it a pleasure to drive. The car also has powerwindows, electric adjustable seat and powertop. So an ideal ‘American Cruiser’, ready for a lot of driving fun. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.
The Series 60 was Cadillac's mid-priced entry in the luxury vehicle market when it appeared in 1936. The Series 60 was the brainchild of new Cadillac manager, Nicholas Dreystadt. Debuting in 1936, it filled a gaping price gap between the LaSalles and series 70 models. Initially it rode on a 121.0 in (3,073 mm) wheelbase and shared the B Body with with cars from LaSalle, Buick and Oldsmobile. The exterior featured a new Harley Earl-designed look with a tall, slender grille and split vee-shaped windshield. This body used Fisher Body's new Turret Top one-piece roof and Bendix dual-servo brakes. "Knee-action" independent suspension, first introduced by Cadillac in 1934, was a welcome novelty for the mid-price market at the time. Under the hood was the new (less expensive) Monobloc V8 5.3 l (322 cu in) engine produced 125 hp (93 kW), just 10 less than that in the larger Cadillacs. The Series 60 immediately became the company's best-selling model, making up half of all Cadillacs sold the first year. The next year, displacement on all Monobloc Cadillacs was 346 cu in (5.7 L). This new engine produced 135 hp (101 kW), more than all V8 Cadillacs of just a few years earlier. For 1938, the Ha
POA Stunning iconic motorcar from 1950's America. Owned by the current owner / collector for almost twenty years. Always garaged and well maintained regardless of cost. Used sparingly for fun and the occasional wedding only covering 1600 miles during his ownership. An iconic and most eye catching vehicle that certainly carries the wow factor. Impressive car that is surprisingly easy to drive.Jersey registered and ready to go. Completely stripped and re painted 20 years ago and in excellent order. Re-assembled with new rubber seals and chrome items re-plated at great cost. Finished in contrasting blue and white vinyl with a white hood and blue carpets. In very good condition. Well serviced and maintained. Recent Radial white wall tyres and new old style battery fitted. Power steering fitted as standard. Driving well.
This 1914 Cadillac Touring Convertible . It is equipped with a 4 Speed Manual transmission. The vehicle is Green with a Black interior. - 1914 Cadillac Touring Green with Black leather interior. Excellent car for restoration. Extremely rare. Just came out of estate. For only $59,500.
Large early 20s American with powerful V8 engine, strong open motoring with full weather equipment. Re-bodied when restored about 20 years ago. Photographs will appear shortly.
Our Serie 62 Convertible left the factory in 1951, the year after the Cunningham Le Mans team proved that a Cadillac could do more than just drive "Miss Daisy". Its penultimate owner purchased it in California in 1992 and soon after had the convertible restored in time for the 1994 National Cadillac Club Show where it was judged and deemed a numbers matching Senior example, listed as # 168 in the International Cadillac LaSalle Club registry. This extensive 1994 restoration brought the car back to as-new spec, including its original color scheme of Mist Gray (paint code 10) over a red leather interior. The last owner of this Series 62 Convertible bought the car in 2007, driven it sparingly. In 2009, the engine and transmission were pulled, tested, and mechanically refreshed, while attending to electric and hydraulic systems . Since the car has been driven a mere 400 miles time enough to prove its roadability. Â
Chequered Flag International is pleased to offer this 1967 Cadillac Convertible in White with Maroon leather interior and White top. 93,000 odd. Very high quality example with excellent body and underside. Fantastic paint with no dings or scratches. Interior is virtually perfect with new leather seats back and front, superb door panels & recent carpets. Dash has a small crack (shown). Has tilt and telescopic steering wheel. Original radio is there but bypassed in favor of a modern system installed in the glove box which also operates the power antenna. Recently fitted soft top is superb and has a glass rear window. Mechanically this really excels with lots of power, smooth shift, great brakes and steering. Its equipped with A/C, P/S, power brakes, power windows and power top. Four new wide white radials have just been fitted. Very well maintained and just checked out with any necessary repairs done. A '67 Caddy Convertible is cool but most are a little too dilapidated to enjoy on any plausible basis. This one is in the top 5% condition wise in my opinion and is a fun dependable classic for the whole family. Comes with quite a few records, its original handbook, spare and jack. Insp
General Motors was riding a wave of success in the late 1920s. Cadillac was enjoying brisk sales thanks to the volume-leading V8 models and the new junior LaSalle brand was performing well in the showroom, thanks in large part to the work of one Harley Earl, widely considered to be the father of American car styling. Around this time, Harley Earl and Cadillac boss Larry Fisher toured Europe, visiting the storied traditional coachbuilders in England and France such as Barker, James Young, Saoutchik, and Vanvooren in search of inspiration for a new Cadillac flagship. But instead of building bare chassis and employing traditional body builders, Cadillac would offer a full catalog of coachbuilt bodies that they would sell as complete cars. To accomplish this, GM had previously purchased both Fisher Body and Fleetwood Metal Body to essentially have full control of its own in-house coachbuilders and was fully capable of offering a complete range of custom, semi-custom and catalog bodies. Cadillac was on the verge of unveiling a new halo model that they hoped would stamp their authority on the luxury automobile market and to do so, they needed the most stylish bodywork they could offer. In 1930, just after the stock market crash, Cadillac unveiled the breathtaking “multi-cylinder” engines. A V12 appeared alongside a headline-grabbing V16. The extravagant V16 was an immediate sensation and production began in earnest with demand strong, even on the verge of the Great Depression. The 452 cubic inch V16 made an astounding 175 horsepower in combination with turbine-like smoothness and refinement. Nearly one hundred body and chassis combinations were possible thanks to the resources of Fisher and Fleetwood, which ensure exclusivity, a must for the type of clientele Cadillac sought. Sales were very strong for 1930, but tapered off dramatically in subsequent years. It is widely believed that GM lost money on every V16 they build through 1940. Today, the Cadillac V16 remains one of the most desirable and collectible motorcars of the classic era. This 1931 Cadillac model 452A V16 All-Weather Phaeton is a magnificently restored example of the king of the multi-cylinder classics. Wearing fantastic coachwork by Fleetwood, it is finished in the striking color combination of a rose main body over dark red fenders, wheels and swage lines. It is a truly breathtaking example, restored to a world-class standard by the renowned Alan Taylor Co. Inc. It was subsequently shown at Pebble Beach in 2003 and benefiting from light use and exceptional care, it remains in stunning condition to this day. It still wears its original Fleetwood body (per the included build sheet) and is presented in the same specification as it left the factory in 1931. The body features many interesting details, such as a split, opening “Pennsylvania windshield” (named such as it was a signature of the Fleetwood Body Works) and a glass division between driver and passenger compartments. It is also fitted with dual sidemount spares topped with correct Cadillac mirrors, twin Pilot Ray spotlamps, radiator stone shield, goddess mascot and a matching dark-red colored trunk that has been restored to the same exceptional standard as the rest of the car. Wheels are painted red and highlighted with polished stainless spokes for a gorgeous effect. Paint, chrome and finishes remain in impeccable condition, virtually every bit as beautiful as it was when first presented at Pebble Beach. The lavish, early art-deco styled cabin is trimmed in tan leather covering the seats and door panels, accented with brown carpets. Interior soft trim exhibits virtually no wear, particularly considering the restoration was completed over a decade ago. Engine turned alloy trim accents the dash, another signature of Fleetwood cars. The tan top is similarly excellent, and remains fully functional. Of course, this being an All-Weather Phaeton, passengers are treated to full glass side windows and a well-sealed top. During fair weather, the top, side glass, and thin B-pillars lower to reveal a handsome and elegant machine with a separate rear windscreen to keep passengers comfortable during high-speed open runs. As one would expect from an Alan Taylor restoration, the engine bay is exquisitely detailed using concours-correct finishes, fittings and hardware. Likewise, it all functions beautifully and the performance is outstanding. The Cadillac Sixteen is one of America’s finest motorcars, and this example is surely one of the very best available today. The unique color combination suits the style of the era and the quality of the restoration is beyond reproach. It is of course ideally suited for show, yet has been restored and prepared to a standard that make it reliable and usable for touring. This is a rare opportunity to acquire an utterly gorgeous Cadillac that embodies the slogan, “The Standard of the World”.
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