This is a single family owned Cadillac. My grandfather bought it new 1/18/1968, from Ben Feferman Cadillac in South Bend, Indiana. The car was
in Michigan until Jan. of 1977, when my grandparents moved to Alabama. In 1991 the “Caddy” was passed down to my dad. He drove the car to Arizona, where it has resided since. He drove it periodically until 2006. It has been stored from that time. The Cadillac was passed down to me in 2008, but I’ve not driven it. My grandfather never removed the original price sticker from the rear driver side window.... what hasn’t deteriorated over the years has been preserved. The car has 55,829 original miles, powered by the original 472cid 375hp motor. It's solid mechanically. My dad has been the only mechanic and has kept a maintenance journal since 1990. He can tell you anything you need to know about the car. New tires, new bushings in front suspension, new brake parts, brake booster, master cylinder, new shoes, battery and wiper blades. The paint is original and decent ...few imperfections. Chrome, glass and interior are in great shape. Original protect o plate, purchase order and owners manual included. It’s a beautiful car....must see!
Pick of the Day has been in the family since grandfather bought it
The Pick of the Day is a two-door hardtop that could have been part of the Queen of Soul’s funeral motorcade
Mecum Auctions rolls into Southern California on Thursday for its annual three-day sale at the Anaheim Convention Center
As excessive as the 1961 Cadillac seems today, it was actually quite toned down from the wildly ebullient 1959 Cadillac with its towering rocket fins.
John Gately has been restoring Cadillacs since 1956 and in 1968 started the Gately Restoration Co. in Boston. Since then, “Gately Cadillac Restoration has traveled the country.
The Pick of the Day is a future classic with style and agility
Driven: Sport modifications provide horsepower boost, improved handling and all-around sharper drivability
Actor portrays Carroll Shelby as he heads up Ford’s effort to win Le Mans
In addition to wonderful photos, book tells the story of why cars have come to look the way they do