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SOLD! 1933 Cadillac V12 370C Town Sedan

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- Stock #3556
- 27 Miles
- VIN4000494
- 368ci V12/3 Speed Manual
- Exterior: Black
- Interior: Brown Cloth


  • Brilliant restoration achieving 99.75 points of 100 at the 2013 CCCA Spring Grand Classic in Mt. Dora, FL!
  • 2-Time AACA National First Prize Award winner!
  • Represents one of only 172 Cadillac V12 Town Sedans produced in 1933!
  • Completely restored in frame-off fashion to factory build sheet specifications!
  • Remarkable physical & mechanical condition!Superbly executed interior refurbishment that must be seen to appreciate!


Additional Photos & Specs - https://www.stlouiscarmuseum.com/vehicles/198/1933-cadillac-v12-370c-town-sedan


The beautifully restored 1933 Cadillac V12 370C Town Sedan offered here rides on a 140” wheelbase providing smooth road comfort for all passengers. According to the Cadillac build records, it was special ordered and sold through General Motors Products Co in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada and remains presented exactly as the build sheet indicates to this day. Finished in an all-Black exterior with matching Black fenders, Ivory pinstripe, and Black 17” Kelsey Hayes wire spoke wheels & hubs. It shipped on May 25th, 1933 to be united with its original owner, and today represents one the finest in existence! It was painstakingly restored in true nut-and-bolt fashion in approximately 2010 with nothing left untouched. From a meticulous chassis restoration with all new hardware, fuel system, brakes, and suspension components to a total refurbishment and rebuild of the factory, number's matching drivetrain, it shows as well underneath as it does from above!


The body work and paint finish are simply remarkable, and the interior cabin space is nothing short of perfection! The Brown broadcloth seating upholstery, door panels, and headliner are perfectly stitched. Decorative windlace surrounds all of the door openings, along with refurbished rear passenger assist handles and grab bar. The graining of the wood on the dash and door reveals is perfectly directional, highlighted with superb dark wood inlays! All of the dash instrumentation remains clear and functional, and steering wheel controls are bright and legible. Additional features include 3-speed manual transmission, 4.80:1 rear axle ratio, dual side-mounted spares with beautiful Cadillac-engraved mirrors, jeweled cigar lighters, chrome trumpet horns, dual exhaust system with quad mufflers and decorative exhaust tips, Cadillac hood mascot, rear luggage rack, and BF Goodrich Silvertown 7.50-17 8-ply wide whitewall tires.


This very special example hails most recently from the Gernatt collection. Under his care, it would garner high praise being shown at the AACA Hershey National in 2012 to earn its Junior National First Prize, and later that next year successfully gaining Senior First Prize status. As a CCCA Full Classic, it would be invited in March 2013 to the CCCA Spring Grand Classic in Mt. Dora, FL achieving a score of 99.75/100 points taking a Premier 1st Place in primary production class vehicles from 1933-1936. It is quite an honor considering the competition in this category. It is now has CCCA Senior eligible for all future competitions. Cadillac Motor Company only produced 953 V12 vehicles across all four body models in 1933, making it one of the lowest production years in Cadillac history, particular as a result of the Great Depression. Of those produced, just 172 would become the Town Sedan we have offered here. It is indeed a special car, and the physical & mechanical condition are second to none. It is one you can be proud to own, drive, show, and simply enjoy for the beauty it possesses! It will come with the Cadillac build sheet, two full sets of keys, hubcap removal tool, and lug wrench. 


Contact Jon Faust by calling (800)957-5707 or by emailing info@stlouiscarmuseum.com for more information about this beautiful classic Cadillac for sale!





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