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  • Cadillac model 59 V8 tourer

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    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.

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    The Motor Shed Ltd
  • 1931 Cadillac V-16 All Weather Phaeton

    $425,000(£347,352.50) $425,000(£347,352.50)

    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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  • 1932 Cadillac V-16 Special Phaeton

    $395,000(£322,833.50) $395,000(£322,833.50)

    In 1930, Cadillac stunned the automotive world with the introduction of its breathtaking new sixteen-cylinder models. Sales of the V8 and entry-level LaSalle models were strong in spite of economic hardships, and Cadillac was determined to show its competitors that it was, indeed the Standard of the World. Instantly, the V12 and especially the V16 models catapulted Cadillac to the top of the luxury class. An extraordinary array of coachwork options was available to satisfy the most discriminating buyer, and everything from the body to the engine bay was designed with beauty and elegance. The V12 and V16 engines shared many common components, but it was the V16 with its turbine like smoothness and unprecedented 175 horsepower output that grabbed the headlines. Subtle changes were made for the 1932 models which included a longer wheelbase, new carburetors, a mechanical fuel pump, heavier axles and larger brakes. Also new for 1932 were adjustable shock absorbers operated from the dashboard to further tune the ride to satisfy passengers. All Cadillac transmissions were fitted with quiet operating helical-gear transmissions, eliminating the whine and crash of a straight-cut gearbox. 1932 marked the first time a series of Fisher bodies became available on the Sixteen. These included sedans, coupes, a roadster, a convertible coupe and three open phaetons. In fact, these were the only phaetons available on the Sixteen, and just six were built, a single standard phaeton with no division, two sport phaetons with a long rear cowl and passenger windshield, and three special phaetons with the short rear cowl. As for Fleetwood bodies, the range was curtailed somewhat. The 30 choices offered in 1930-31 had been reduced to 21, sedans, cabriolets, limousines and a single convertible coupe. The 1931 experience had no doubt tempered Cadillac’s expectations, and history validated the wisdom. At year’s end, just 296 Sixteens had been sold versus 1,709 V12s. This V16 chassis began life wearing a formal sedan body which, when acquired by Bill Hatch of Chicago was in a rough state. The formal sedan body was beyond repair, so another body was sourced – this handsome Special Phaeton, which was originally fitted to V12 chassis 1301344, is nonetheless period appropriate and extremely handsome. The body, finished in light metallic blue with dark blue fenders and swage line, is a spectacular Fisher design that wears much of its original sheetmetal, thanks to a careful restoration. The paintwork remains in very good order, wearing the years since its restoration extremely well. The fit and finish are extremely nice, and the chrome is largely in very good order. It is lavishly detailed with a proper 1932 Cadillac Goddess mascot, chromed hood vents, twin long-trumpet horns, and dual sidemount spares with painted covers. It has been recently treated to a fresh set of blackwall tires that impart a magnificent sporty look when combined with the navy blue wheels and polished stainless spokes.This fine example is also a previous AACA National First Prize winner. Like the exterior, the interior is fabulously detailed and very well presented, showing little use on the restoration. Blue leather on the seats appears virtually unworn, and the excellent carpeting and door panels are accented with exquisite woodwork on the dash, door caps and rear passenger fascia. The original AC speedometer reads 120 mph – which must have seemed astonishing in 1932. A Jaeger eight-day clock keeps time, and the instrumentation is replicated in the rear for passengers to keep an eye should the driver be having too much fun exploiting all of that power. In spite of the fact that there are some years on the restoration, this Cadillac still looks remarkably fresh. The previous owner was a skilled mechanic who ensured it was maintained in excellent mechanical order and it remains ready to enjoy on the road. The engine compartment is clean and well detailed, with mainly correct finishes and fittings, with just a few areas showing signs of regular use. An AACA National First prize winner, it also runs and drives extremely well and should offer its next owner a thrilling and rewarding ownership experience.

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  • 1927 Cadillac Series 314 Double Cowl Sport Phaeton

    $195,000(£159,373.50) $195,000(£159,373.50)

    Cadillac had long established its reputation as a leader for innovation and quality in the luxury car market by the 1920s. The long-running and fierce battle with Packard for sales supremacy meant Cadillac engineers were constantly striving for new ideas to refine and enhance their vehicles. As the decade drew to a close, Cadillac was highly motivated to retake their standing at the top of the sales charts from their cross-town rivals. The introduction of the junior LaSalle brand in 1927 helped greatly in their quest, and was intended to complement the senior models, which in 1927 consisted of the Model 314 V8 series. A dizzying array of body styles were offered, from the standard Cadillac bodies, to the Custom lines from both Fisher and Fleetwood. We are very pleased to offer this truly stunning 1927 Model 314 wearing a Double Cowl Sport Phaeton body from the Fisher Body Custom line.  It is presented in magnificent colors; the all-black body and fenders accented with a simple but bold red inlay and subtle cream-colored coach lines. The combination is breathtaking, and the quality of the restoration equally impressive. This highly desirable and stylish 314 was treated to a comprehensive, concours-quality restoration and has seen only light use since completion. It has been shown and obsessively well cared-for, remaining in impeccable condition. The black paint is beautifully applied over laser straight panels, and the extensive brightwork and detailing are in beautiful condition. It is fitted with drum headlights, very rare dual, drum-style Pilot-ray spot lamps, drum cowl lamps, Cadillac mirrors mounted on dual-sidemount spares, and the first known Cadillac radiator mascot – a herald in Cadillac regalia, proudly trumpeting the praises of the marque. In the rear is found a painted trunk rack with a fantastic period trunk and black canvas cover. This is an extremely handsome body that looks elegant with the top up or down, though we are particularly fond of the sporting attitude it takes on with the top down and both windscreens folded flat. Occupants are treated to a gorgeous red interior that matches the red flash on the bodywork. Gray carpeting bound in red provides a bit of subtle contrast. The leather upholstery is simply exquisite, showing little signs of use and virtually no creasing. There is a beautifully finished wood-rimmed steering wheel perched atop a chromed steering column, and complemented by a matching wood gear knob. The highlight of the interior, however has to be the instrument panel; a stunningly ornate affair with a wood fascia surrounded by gorgeous gold inlay. The instruments themselves are fully restored, and the Cadillac crest is proudly inlaid in gold. Rear passengers are treated to their own cowl and windscreen for comfort and weather protection, as well as courtesy lights and a storage compartment built into the rear of the front seat. The engine, drivetrain and chassis are all detailed to concours standards, the quality of the restoration backed by a CCCA Senior Award badge earned in 2005. This fabulous Cadillac has been the proud showpiece of a dedicated marque enthusiast who has bestowed upon it years of care. We love the Harley Earl styling the breathtaking Fleetwood detailing, and would proudly use this handsome, desirable and rare Cadillac for show or touring. This is a very worthy addition to virtually any collection.

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  • 1967 Cadillac DeVille Convertible

    $27,500(£22,475.75) $27,500(£22,475.75)

    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

    • Year: 1967
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  • 1933 Cadillac V-16 All Weather Phaeton

    $415,000(£339,179.50) $415,000(£339,179.50)

    “The Standard of the World” was not only Cadillac’s advertising slogan, but it was a doctrine for its engineers and designers to live by. During the 1930’s, the company went to great lengths to live up to that claim, building ever more exclusive and stylish models. Despite the economic hardships, the junior LaSalle brand and entry-level Cadillac V8 models were selling well, and some much-needed cash was swelling the coffers. Cadillac decided the time was right to add a bit of excitement to the “multi-cylinder” engine race that was going on between high-end manufacturers around the world. In 1930 they shocked the motoring world with introduction of both a V12 and an unprecedented V16 engine displacing 452 cubic inches. This put Cadillac right into the thick of the battle with such prestigious manufacturers as Hispano-Suiza, Lagonda, Rolls-Royce and their chief rival, Packard. Both engines were designed simultaneously by Cadillac engineer Owen Nacker, and they shared the same basic layout as well as many common components. The V12’s output was a healthy 135 horsepower, while the V16 put out a full 175 horsepower – a headline grabbing figure for its day. In 1933, a V16 Imperial Cabriolet started at $6,250 and stretched to a whopping $8,000 for the top line All Weather Phaeton. The starting price was a full $3,000 more than a comparable V12 model, keeping in mind that a 1933 Chevrolet cost $445. Of course, a whole range of custom and semi-custom bodies were available from within GM and outside coachbuilders. The Cadillac LaSalle Club has put the number at approximately seventy different combinations of chassis and body options, which undoubtedly allowed a high degree of exclusivity, considering just 125 of a planned 400 examples were built. The V16 Cadillac remains to this day one of the most collectible, exclusive and desirable of all American classics. Imposing, elegant and visually striking, this 1933 Cadillac Model 452C V16 All Weather Phaeton represents the most expensive and exclusive Cadillac offered at the time. Only eight cars were built in 1933 with this coachwork. Chassis 5000082 was originally equipped with a Fleetwood 5575-S sedan body.  The car was purchased by well-known collector Jack Passey in the 1950’s, and is mentioned in his book, For The Love Of Old Cars. Jack kept the car for 10 years or so, and sold it to a collector in New Jersey. He eventually purchased his beloved 1933 V16 back, and the car was later sold to Fred Weber in St Louis, Mo. The Weber’s had a large collection of V16 Cadillacs at the time, and were actively restoring and trading cars.  They sold 500082 to the McGowan brothers, who had acquired a 1932 Cadillac V16 with an original 1933 V16 All Weather Phaeton body from Dana Morgan in California.  When the car was restored, this original V16 body was mated to the chassis. This stunningly beautiful machine has been fully restored to world-class concours standards and remains in excellent order throughout. The incredible Fleetwood coachwork exhibits the early beginnings of streamline design, thanks to its fully-formed fenders, split and tapered radiator shell and Art-Deco inspired streaks and slashes. It is truly a work of art and absolutely breathtaking to behold. This example is finished in deep navy blue and fully accessorized to reflect its standing at the top of the range. At the front end, a fabulous quad-bar front bumper features polished strips and body-colored inserts. The badge bar wears a pair of Pilot Ray spot lamps and the horns are magnificent Deco pieces with concentric chrome inserts in the trumpets. The 1933 Cadillac is instantly recognizable thanks to the body-color split grille, which on this example is graced with a gold plated Cadillac emblem and goddess mascot. Dual sidemount spare wheels wear painted covers and the running boards are fitted with polished strips that accentuate the long, flowing lines, in true Art Deco fashion. In the rear is found a bustle back trunk along with a chrome trunk rack, dual tail lights, a repeating quad-bar bumper and correct dual-exhausts. The paintwork is executed to a magnificent standard and while this restoration was completed several years ago, it remains in impeccable order. Chrome trim and polished brightwork are likewise exquisite. Blue painted wheels wear full chrome wheel covers and whitewall tires, the smooth covers further enhancing the streamline styling. Opening the doors, you are treated to a complementary blue leather interior that is accented with exquisite inlaid wood trim. The leather is in excellent order, showing only the very slightest creasing from light use, just barely gaining a broken-in appearance. Gorgeous detailing adorns the dash with its textured inlays, engine-turned escutcheons and correct original instrumentation. Rear passengers are treated to a large leather chair with a folding armrest, individual cigar lighters and beautifully detailed ash trays. The tan canvas top is in excellent condition, and this being an all-weather phaeton, passengers are gifted with roll-up glass windows and a folding B-pillar to seal out the elements. It is difficult to determine whether the body or the engine is the star of this show. Opening the long bonnet reveals one of the most awe-inspiring engines of the era. The Cadillac V16 is a masterpiece of form following function. It is a piece of mechanical beauty. The narrow angle Vee is topped with black painted rocker covers accented with polished ribs. Virtually every nut, bolt, clamp and fastener is concours correct and precisely placed. This truly is a showpiece from top to bottom. Few automobiles of the era can compare with the 1933 Cadillac V16 for its presence and style. This remarkable automobile represents the very best that Cadillac – and America – had to offer in the period. It is a piece of art, history and engineering brilliance than can be shown or toured with pride.

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  • 1941 Cadillac 60 Special Imperial Sedan

    $52,500(£42,908.25) $52,500(£42,908.25)

    The Bulletin of the CCCA recently identified the 1941 Cadillac as the number one vehicle in ownership among members, with emphasis on the rare and distinctive Cadillac Sixty Special.  The Sixty Special, introduced in 1938, has been called the most influential of all pre-war Cadillac designs – “From every angle, the newest car in the world” declared the introduction.  The styling is credited to Bill Mitchell, selected personally by Harley Earl at the age of 23 to head the Cadillac Styling studio. The 1938 Sixty Special was groundbreaking when it was introduced and influenced styling for a generation or more.  The body sat within the frame, lowering the overall height by three inches without sacrificing headroom.  Eimination of running boards allowed for the body to be widened to the full width of the wheel track, making the Sixty Special appear even lower.  The four-door sedan [the only body style offered] was styled to look like a convertible, with slim window frames and wide window openings that forecast the pillarless hardtop convertible style introduced by Cadillac and others in post-war years, while the formal roof blended into an extended rear deck.  Sixty Specials were bodied by Fleetwood and shared similar premium features and finish with the larger Fleetwood Cadillacs. The Sixty Special has been described as an entirely new kind of automobile for the time; a fast and powerful, owner-driven high quality prestige automobile built on a reduced scale and priced within reach of near-luxury buyers.  Others have called the Sixty Special the first personal luxury car, foreshadowing the four-seat Thunderbird, Buick Riviera and others that followed much later.  The platform for the Sixty Special was the Cadillac Series 60 chassis and V-8 engine that displaced 346 cubic inches and produced a very strong 150 hp.  The rigid frame, independent front suspension and hydraulic brakes also made for a good handling automobile. The 1941 Cadillac Sixty Special offered here is a very handsome mostly original car, which has never had, nor required, a full restoration.  Equipped with the very rare Fleetwood ‘Imperial Divider’ – a glass divider between the driver and passenger, making this one of only 220 finished with this feature in 1941 – and is also fitted with the preferred 3-speed manual transmission, shifted on the column.  The exterior is finished in black, with a gray broadcloth interior.  The very stylish Moderne interior features a button and square pattern on the door panels and the lower portion of the front seat back, similar to the pattern of the post-war Continental Mark II.  The dashboard and window surrounds are finished with a Fleetwood-quality wood-grain paint.  The design of the dashboard also suggests post-war style, with two large round faces presenting the speedometer and the clock separated by a bold chrome grille housing the am radio and front speaker. Passengers in the rear relax on a sofa-style seat with unique built-in armrest controls for the radio.  The car rides on wide whitewall tires with full wheel covers.  The trunk is fully upholstered and carries a single spare. This distinguished Cadillac Sixty Special is not a 100 point show car, but is a highly authentic example of a very important pre-war automobile.  We offer it here for that buyer who will appreciate the car for its historic significance, its special style and beauty and the wonderful potential for touring or simply driving this car.

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  • 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

    $175,000(£143,027.50) $175,000(£143,027.50)

    1959 was a big year for car design, and we mean “big” in every sense of the word. Styling and design departments for the Big Three had grown to new levels of prominence, and a stylistic war between America’s car manufacturers had been simmering for the last decade. As a result, cars grew ever larger and more extravagant at the top end of the market with new models coming at a furious pace. GM’s Harley Earl and his talented staff that consisting of such greats as Bill Mitchell and Chuck Jordan worked to out-style their rivals John Najjar at Lincoln and Virgil Exner at Chrysler. Every year, a new or heavily reworked design was rolled out at great expense, with each team fighting to stay at the cutting edge of design. 1959 was a banner year for American styling excess, and at its pinnacle was the Cadillac Series 62.  The last project to be overseen by Harley Earl before his retirement, the Series 62 and its Eldorado siblings marked the beginning of the end of the design war with a final, victorious sweep of the pen. Controversial in its day for the over-the-top tail fins, complete with rocket-inspired quad tail lamps, the Series 62 has since become an American icon, not only within the motoring community, but in popular culture as well. It is a massive, nineteen-foot long, chrome and leather laden symbol of American excess in the 1950s. Finished in beautiful lipstick-red over a red and white interior, and riding on a set of chrome wire wheels, this 1959 Series 62 Convertible packs a huge visual punch and is a gorgeous example of this American icon. This gorgeous Cadillac has been treated to a comprehensive body-off restoration and it presents in fantastic condition throughout. These are very complex and costly cars to restore, and as a result it is rare to find one restored to this high standard. Since the restoration was completed, it has seen only light use, presenting in very attractive, yet still quite usable condition. As with any car of this size, the paintwork is only as good as preparation beneath, and thankfully this example does not disappoint, showing straight, clean reflections and excellent panel alignment. The 1959 Cadillac was the king of chrome, with chrome or polished stainless gracing virtually every panel, inside and out. The extensive polishing and plating is in excellent condition, beautifully finished and expertly fitted. The spacious cabin is nearly as flamboyant as the exterior, with big bench seats trimmed in buttoned red leather with white accents, along with two-tone red and white door panels and dash. The upholstery and carpets are in excellent condition, showing only very light use. The Series 62 was second only to the Eldorado in terms of equipment, so it is of course loaded with features such as a radio, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, power top and power windows. Beneath the vast hood is the original matching number 390 cubic inch V8 which breathes through a single four-barrel carburetor. The engine is beautifully detailed, finished in correct Cadillac blue with correct fittings and satin-black finishes found on the accessories and underhood panels. It still retains the original style A/C compressor and correct glass washer bottle. The engine runs strong and propels this big Caddy along at a surprisingly brisk pace. Even with the top town, occupants can enjoy a conversation at 70mph without having to shout, thanks to the massive length that limits wind buffeting. Some period road testers remarked at how composed the Series 62 remained, even when traveling at 100 mph! Quite simply, there is nothing quite like the driving experience of a 1959 Cadillac. The uninitiated may dismiss the 1959 Cadillac as simply an extravagant style piece with little substance, when it fact it is an automobile that was built to a very high standard of quality. These were highly expensive cars in their day, and as such are very well-built, strong performing and surprisingly fun to drive. This particular example has been restored to gorgeous condition and remains thoroughly usable and ready for casual show, club events and tours.

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  • 1926 Cadillac 314 Custom Phaeton

    $98,500(£80,504.05) $98,500(£80,504.05)

    Cadillac has rarely struggled to find the words with which to promote itself, advertising its early Model A as “the automobile that solves the problem” and introducing its Model G as having “received all the care and thought that could possibly be given a car costing twice as much.” When it built this 1926 V-8 Custom Phaeton, its advertising promised that “Cadillac not only delights you with the perfection of its service, but it contents you with the deep, abiding conviction that you have the finest thing of its kind that money can buy.” To say that it would delight and content its owner was no more puffery then than it is today. This Fisher-bodied Series 314 Custom Phaeton rides a 138-inch wheelbase and its combination of a rear-mounted trunk and single spare rather than sidemounts produces an attractively long and smooth look. The effect is enhanced by the two-toning of a delicately light green body with medium green fenders and splash aprons, belt stripe and detailing. Twin-beam drum headlights, front and rear bumpers, wood artillery wheels and a tan convertible top complete the exterior appearance, while inside, the deep green carpeting contrasts nicely with the tan upholstery and wood steering wheel. The convertible top boot, side curtains, glass windwings and wiper for the opening windshield are among the features making the car well-suited to touring, but every bit as important, of course, are the 314-cubic-inch V-8 with its 85 horsepower, three-speed transmission, four-wheel brakes and the reliability and performance for which Cadillacs are known. Whether to tour with it or show it might be the biggest decision facing its next owner, but fortunately, that doesn’t have to be an either/or decision as the Cadillac was the recipient of a meticulous – and very proper – nut-and-bolt restoration from the ground up. The goal of the work was to ensure its place among the upper level of show cars and that the plan succeeded is proven by its Classic Car Club of America First Place and Senior National awards. Although the car has been driven and enjoyed, it continues to show well, a strong tribute the craftsmanship that went into its restoration and the care it’s been given since then. For the right owner, this Cadillac can provide the best of both of those worlds with no cause for hesitation. “Think of a car,” the company advertised in 1926, “about which you do not even have to think – of a car you can buy with a confidence and a certainty that does not admit of a single second’s doubt. Is there any other element of motorcar ownership which even remotely compares with this solid conviction of value and performance which you feel about the Cadillac?”          

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  • Cadillac De Ville

    £9,993 £9,993

    GP Cars are delighted to present for sale, PINK, this stunning American imported Cadillac Coupe De Ville. It is a 1960 car with a 5.4L V8 engine through a 4-Speed automatic transmission. More details on this scar to follow shortly, If somebody replies with the e-mail address leontommy6gmail.com, please disregard and inform us directly, as they are not associated to our business.

    • Mileage: 80000 mi
    • Engine size: 6250
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  • Cadillac De Ville

    £14,995 £14,995

    Cadillac Coupe De Ville, one owner, 51,000 miles, in beautiful condition, vinyl roof in pristine condition, air-con, electric windows, electric seats, drives like a dream...

    • Mileage: 51000 mi
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  • Cadillac Series 62

    £29,995 £29,995

    Power Steering Ultimate 50s fins and chrome! The outrageous Cadillac Coupe, we are currently doing minor bodyworks and rechroming rear bumper to make this car an exceptional example! These are highly collectible and have a great investment value!

    • Mileage: 114000 mi
    • Engine size: 6400
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  • Cadillac De Ville

    £14,995 £14,995

    Cadillac Coupe De Ville, one owner, 51,000 miles, in beautiful condition, vinyl roof in pristine condition, air-con, electric windows, electric seats, drives like a dream...

    • Mileage: 51000 mi
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  • Cadillac Series 62

    £29,995 £29,995

    Power Steering Ultimate 50s fins and chrome! The outrageous Cadillac Coupe, we are currently doing minor bodyworks and rechroming rear bumper to make this car an exceptional example! These are highly collectible and have a great investment value!

    • Mileage: 114000 mi
    • Engine size: 6400
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  • 1914 Cadillac Touring Convertible

    $59,500(£48,629.35) $59,500(£48,629.35)

    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.

    • Year: 1914
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  • 1951 CADILLAC Series 62 Convertible

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    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

    • Mileage: 31770 mi
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  • Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible

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    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.

    • Year: 1955
    • Mileage: 24828 mi
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  • 1959 Cadillac Series 62

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    Details: This is a 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible that has been recently updated. Car is equipped with EZ eye glass. 6 way power seats, Power steering and AM Radio, and auto dimming headlights. Car is very hard to find and runs well. For more details call 631-283-8819 Stock:59F03742 Color: Pink Interior color: Black VIN: 59F03742 Transmission: Automatic Body style: Convertible Year: 1959 Engine: 8 Cylinder Miles: 09762

    • Year: 1959
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  • 1948 CADILLAC SERIES 62 SAOUTCHIK 3 POSITION CONVERTIBLE COUPE

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    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.

    • Year: 1948
    For sale
  • Cadillac Roadster

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    Perfectly restored, beautiful 1931 Cadillac Roadster. With an Original 355 CID 8 cil. engine. Perfectly running/driving car and boy what a nice car this is. Biggest choice in REAL Classic Cars in "the Stolze Collection" , with more than 450 in stock.! from a project to perfect .!

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    Joop Stolze
  • Cadillac CTS

    £9,995 £9,995

    Alloy wheels, Full service history Cadillac CTS 3.6 V6 Sports Luxury 4dr, SAT/NAV FULL LEATHER, FULLY LOADED, 2009 (09 reg), Saloon , 33,899 miles, Automatic, 3600cc, Petrol, Upgrades - metallic paintwork, drivers airbag, passenger airbag, abs, esp, radio/c.d, power steering, remote central locking, alloy wheels, Black Full leather interior, Standard Features - Satellite Navigation, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Parking Aid (Rear), Seats Heated (Driver/Passenger), Alarm, Computer (Driver Information System), Electric Windows (Front/Rear), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD/MP3/DVD), Rain Sensor, Tinted Glass, Tyre Pressure Control, Upholstery Leather. 5 seats, Silver, MOBILE NUMBER 07813 541959, £9,995

    • Mileage: 33899 mi
    • Engine size: 3564
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  • Cadillac CTS

    £5,000 £5,000

    Air Conditioning, Full Leather, Alarm, Immobiliser, Locking Wheel Nuts, Remote Central Locking, Height Adjustable Seat, Head Restraints, Front Centre Armrest, Folding Rear Seats, Rear Armrest, Rear Headrests, Adjustable Steering Column, Cruise Control, Power Steering, ABS, Child Locks, Twin Air Bags, Colour Coded Body, Metallic Paintwork, Automatic Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, CD Player, Radio, 3/6 Months Warranty, Alloy wheels rac warranty, Used Cadillac CTS V6 with LOW MILAGE NICE SIZE CAR, this vehicle is a 6 speed gear box in colour grey. Visit Cinqueports Motor Company in Rye to arrange a test drive.Cinqueports Motor companyUsed Cars Rye, Ashford, Hastings, East Sussex

    • Mileage: 36000 mi
    • Engine size: 2792
    For sale
  • Cadillac De Ville

    £9,993 £9,993

    GP Cars are delighted to present for sale, PINK, this stunning American imported Cadillac Coupe De Ville. It is a 1960 car with a 5.4L V8 engine through a 4-Speed automatic transmission. More details on this scar to follow shortly, If somebody replies with the e-mail address leontommy6gmail.com, please disregard and inform us directly, as they are not associated to our business.

    • Mileage: 80000 mi
    • Engine size: 6250
    For sale
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