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1941 Cadillac Model 63

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Guest Rick001

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For your consideration we have an excellent example of why the world famous statement; “Built Like a Cadillac” exists. Cadillac was the standard of the world at the time. And, this 1941 Cadillac Model 63 is proof: the model 63 was built for only 2 years, 1941 and 1942, taking its sleek fastback design from the coupe and crossing it over to this sedan, thus a notchback. This restored, AACA National Winner (1995), with <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /><st1:metricconverter ProductID="97,000 miles">97,000 miles</st1:metricconverter>, was an impeccable car to start with, as it has been a well maintained vehicle, no rust, the Gray Broadcloth seats are original as well as headliner and wood grained dash. New carpeting and door panels were installed at that time. The Tutone Light Blue with Silver Blue Roof is an older repaint, still in excellent condition. It’s 346 ci. V8 engine is quite powerful, 150 HP, coupled with the 4 speed Hydrostatic Automatic Transmission, (first year for automatic transmission). This car was built for touring, excellent ride quality and good handling, considering its weight and size.

Everything functions and works as it should, including the original Radio. This car reeks of elegance and status, draws a crowd every time it is driven.

Make this car yours; you won’t be disappointed. Shop manuals, original literature, original dealer key fob, and other miscellaneous items are included.

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Asking: $32,750.oo

If you have any questions: RicksKlassics@aol.com 732-890-0084











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