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    1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Convertible Sedan

    APPRAISED VALUE: $89,500
    CAN BE YOURS FOR ONLY
    $87,900

    • Year: 1941
    • Make: Cadillac
    • Model: Series 62
    • Trim: Deluxe Convertible Sedan
    • Stock: 21706
    • Engine Size: Cadillac Flathead V8
    • Transmission: Hydramatic Automatic
    • Exterior Color: Dusty Gray
    • Interior Color: Burgundy/Beige Two Tone




    The last Cadillac 4-door convertible sedan to be built rolled off the assembly lines in 1941.  GM's top-tier brand would be committed to the war-effort for the next four years.  Thereafter, Cadillac's convertibles would make gradual steps forward in design until the arrival of the legendary Eldorado 7 years later.  The appeal of the 4-door convertible sedans would never wane.  They could be found in parades throughout postwar America, due to their yacht-like interiors and the unmistakable presence that were wholly characteristic of pre-war Cadillacs.

    The 1941 Cadillac series 62 featured a bevy of styling and mechanical debuts.  Among them was the Hyra-Matic self-shifting transmission.  Fenders were nestled more closely to the body, grill spanned nearly the full width of the front, and headlights were completely integral within the fenders.  Chrome trim along the sides consisted of three sprears along the back of the fenders, new instrumentation on the dash, and more robust hydraulic brakes were added.  When paired with the series 62 4-door convertible sedan, complete with it's sumptuous Fleetwood leather-clad interior and heavy-duty removable side pillars, the result was the series 62 deluxe convertible sedan.  Just over 400 of these luxury liners were produced in 1941.

    The series 62 deluxe convertible sedan presented here is in outstanding condition throughout.  Not a single inch was spared in it's recent professional frame-off restoraiton.  Clad in a beautiful coat of Cadillac code 60 dusty gray paint, correctly matching the car's data tag.  Interior burgundy leather and cloth upholstery appears like new and has a lustrous shine.  Chrome is finished to show quality.  Engine compartment and undercarriage are very clean and tidy, consistent with it's high level restoration on top.  This Cadillac that is an absolute pleasure to drive.  Hydra-matic auto-shift performs well.  Braking is even and assertive.  This model is extremely desirable being one of very few pre-war models that have the convenience of automatic transmission and all of the magnificence of a pre-1950's classic.  Do not hesitate with your offer to buy this exceptional Cadillac.  Youtube video available upon request.  Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.



    Options and Accessories:

    • Canvas convertible top
    • Rear fender skirts
    • Fog lamps
    • Heater/Ventilator
    • Wide whitewall tires
    • Bumper guards
    • Convertible top boot
    • Radio

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