Cadillac Series 62
First Registration 1941, Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Deluxe
V8 with 5670 cc and steering wheel gearshift
Hydraulically operated soft top
Converted to 12V on-board power supply
Swiss Road Registration with „Veteran“ entry
At the time, “big” America was simply the largest manufacturer of automobiles and Cadillac was the absolutely exclusive flagship. With its advanced, torpedo-shaped body design, the 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible was a streamlined beauty. From every angle, this car shines with breathtaking elegance. Whether with the top down or up; the sheer magnificence leaves any onlooker in wide-eyed amazement. The groundbreaking details of this 1941 model year were a rounded hump bonnet, sunk-in horizontal additional lights in the wide chrome radiator grille.
Here is a citation from a recent driving report:
“These pre-war Cadillacs can be described as modern cars with a clear conscious, as they had many technical details that did not become standard in other brands until long after the Second World War. Driving one of these cars can still be described as an exhilarating experience today. And compared to their competitors, they were faster, accelerated better, allowed higher cruising speeds with lower fuel consumption, were of the highest quality and were very easy to drive. If you take these points into consideration, and don’t forget reliability and ease of service, then you can safely forget about the vehicles that are now considered “classics” of this era and for which high prices are paid.”
We are offering this Cadillac Series 62 in a very beautiful top condition. Over the last few years, more than CHF 60,000 have been invested in the technical equipment and bodywork. In addition, the electrical system was converted from 6-volt to 12-volt. A majestic vehicle to fall in love with!
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