1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
This 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible comes to us with 23,679 miles on the clock. Finshed in Pale blue with a dark blue top. The chrome is in perfect conditon. The interior is light blue over white, With blue accents.
The car drives as a Series 62 Cadillac should. All four wheels are unmarked and the whitewall is in very good conditon.
The current owner has enjoyed and spent many hours driving the car with friends to events.
This Cadillac would suit any american car collection or any collection which needs a bit of american styling in it. It’s large chrome bumper is hard to miss and stands out from anything else on the road.
The 1953 Series 62 saw a redesigned grille with heavier integral bumper and bumper guards, the repositioning of parking lamps directly under the headlights, chrome "eybrow" type headlamp doors, and one piece rear windows without division bars. Wheel discs were fashioned in an attractive new disced design. Series 62 bodystyles were identified by non louvered rear fenders, the use of thin bright metal underscores on the bottom rear of the cars only and the decoration of both hood and deck lid with Cadillac crests and V- shaped ornaments. The Club Coupe model disappeared. Two door Series 62 were now all hardtops (including the better equipped Coupe de Ville) or convertibles. Another familiar name appeared on 1953's Series 62. The top of the line subseries Eldorado was one of three specialty convertibles produced in 1953 by General Motors, the other two being the Oldsmobile 98 Fiesta and the Buick Roadmaster Skylark. The Eldorado was a limited-edition luxury convertible, and would eventually become its own series. It featured a full assortment of deluxe accessories, including wire wheels, and introduced the wraparound windshield to Cadillac standard production. Sales set a new record at 85,446.
Well equip with Cadillac Luxury. Am Radio. Clock. Day-Nite Rearview Mirror. Driver Side Mirror. Passenger Cadillac Script Vanity Mirror. Heater. Defroster. Windshield washer. Wide White Wall tires.
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