An absolutely stunning car! Having undergone a very thorough restoration, this 1954 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible is in excellent condition. Power steering, power convertible top, power brakes, power windows and power seat were all part of the luxurious package from Cadillac. Additionally, this car has Cadillac Turbine Alcoa Aluminum wheels with period correct Wide Whitewall Tires, and rear fender skirts. The original AM Radio comes with the car but a Cadillac Look-Alike Modern AM/FM Stereo is installed. The body and panel fit, interior and straight sides are very nice. Finished in authentic 1954 Cadillac Aztec red show paint with authentic Red and White Leather interior, White Convertible Top and Boot. Same owner for the past 27 years! Please check out the high-resolution pictures! (For Your Protection Sale Documents, Bank Financing, and Shipping, will be through "Muscle Car City" a certified Florida Automobile Dealer.) For additional information please call Jim at (941) 626-2522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 1954 model year was big for Cadillac, starting with a redesign of the basic Series 62 model. The new Caddy was lower, sleeker, and featured exhaust tips that exited through upswept bumper extensions. A wraparound windshield completed the flowing good looks of the middle 1950s, before the fin wars took hold. Harley Earl designed some exquisite cars during his tenure with Cadillac and these 1954 Type 62's are no exception. From the massive chrome front bumper to the beautiful stainless steel polished side moldings finishing up at the rear with its impressive bumper that have the exhausts exiting through the bumper corners, these cars truly are a piece of art to be admired and driven. Power comes from the famous Charles Kettering designed engine that was first introduced in 1949; a 331cid overhead valve V8. This coupled to an automatic transmission made these cars a brilliant driver in their day and still impressive today, considering they're 62 years of age.
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