I am selling my 1950 Cadillac Series 62. I bought this car from a friend in Nashville, and he had used it as a daily driver until 1992 when the engine locked up. I had the motor rebuilt and it has less than 1000 miles on it. This car was repainted, re-upholstered, re-chromed and completely restored to factory specifications. It is a numbers matching car with the original 331 overhead valve V-8 and the hydromatic automatic transmission, also rebuilt and operating properly. This car is a good driver, and with a little obsession on the part of a new owner could be a show winner with completion of a few small details. It has all the original dash components and looks perfect. As of March 2019 it has a new fuel pump, radiator rebuild and fuel tank flush since it sat for a couple years. It remains a 6 volt system and starts up right away. This car has been a part of special occasions in our family like weddings and proms, and now needs to do the same for someone else. I am the 3rd owner of this car and have owned it since 2001. I have the last title from Tennessee, as Georgia does not issue titles for cars this age. Price is negotiable, within reason. Over $30,000 was invested in this restoration.
Offered at the second Barrett-Jackson Northeast auction, this Cadillac DeVille convertible has undergone a full frame-off restoration and features full Eldorado trim.
Offered during the 46th annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, this 1959 Cadillac Series 62 convertible has been restored in red with matching red-and-white leather interior
After World War II, automakers were eager to produce new designs.
The Pick of the Day is a 1956 Cadillac Series 62 two-door coupe showing just 29,583 miles, which comes out to an average of less than 500 miles per year.
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Crossing the block at the 29th McCormick Palm Springs Collector Car Auction, are a pink 1959 Cadillac, a 1962 Ford Thunderbird and nearly 600 other cars.
The Cadillac Series 62 replaced the series 61 in 1940 as the lowest in the model lineup in 1940. The series 62 featured a low sleek “torpedo”style body.
This pre-war, 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible (Lot #2022) was one of the last cars built by Cadillac before it converted its factory to the war-time production of tanks.