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Cadillac Other 2 Door Convertible on 2040-cars

US $28,000.00
Year:1947 Mileage:11368 Color: Black
Location:

Hayward, California, United States

Hayward, California, United States
Cadillac Other 2 door convertible, US $28,000.00, image 1

1947 Cadillac Series 62 2 Door Convertible This is a fully restored 1947 Cadillac Series 62 convertible. The prior owner did a deep restoration in the middle 1990ís. The current owner purchased the car at auction in central California and he has had it garaged since with minimal miles driven. The car has not been driven for 5 years so it needs some service to be as road worthy as it was when this owner purchased it. This is an original California car. Paint is very well done. The leather upholstery is magnificent and the electric convertible top operates smoothly as designed. This fine automobile will take you back in time and is worthy of any drive asked of it by a new owner. It would be a shame to re-engineer any facet of this luxury, low production automobile and the new owner will have the responsibility to be a good curator. Mileage: 11,368 on a working speedometer which is believed to be original. Paint: This car was repainted in the late 1990ís by a professional shop using pride of workmanship and quality products. There is one chip noted on the rear deck lid. A quality detail and polishing is in order. Sheet metal: Sheet metal appears to be original, fit and finish are excellent. All trim is clean and neat and properly fit. All badging is correct. Chrome: All chrome was replated during restoration by a quality shop. It is bright and shiny.Tires and Rims: 2 inch wide sidewalls on the tires fit on standard, period correct rims with correct deep dish, Sombrero wheel covers with correct badging. Mechanical: This car was tuned and ran great during its life with the current owner (19 years). It has not been run for 5 years and will need a complete service to be road worthy.Interior: Beautiful leather pleated seats, all new top with chrome rails, full painted dash with all correct instruments available in the day including am radio and clock, full electric including seats and windows as available for the yearís top of line model; Check the pictures! TITLE: Clean and clear California title on a non-op registration.

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Tue, 26 Mar 2013 19:00:00 EST

Despite many an image leaking onto the Internet over the weekend, today is the official day for the debut of the all-new 2014 Cadillac CTS. You want the nitty-gritty details of Cadillac's new sedan? Click here.
If you want to watch the 2014 CTS makes its live debut in front of a throng of auto journalists, then just watch below, as Cadillac is live-streaming the event at 7:15 PM EST. That's only a few minutes from now, so click here to start watching, and stay tuned for our first live images of the CTS from the New York Auto Show.

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