Cadillac, one of the oldest and most well known American marques, has always been known for producing some of the best quality cars in the United States. Early on, Cadillac made cars such as its incredible V-16's of the 1930's and was the first to introduce the V-8 in 1915 on a large scale production car. When the decade of the 1950's hit, this was Cadillacs heyday producing the most outrageous "Jet age" designs in automotive history. Owning a Cadillac in the 1950's was a real sign of wealth and style and when the 1959 model was introduced it was the most outrageous, beautiful and sexy Cadillac ever made, and that still holds true until this very day. With its long, sleek lines and its incredibly ostentatious tail fins, the 1959 Cadillac is nothing short of outstanding.
This particular 1959 Cadillac series 62 convertible is a wonderful example, originally coming from the west coast, it has always been dry and very well kept. Finished in its original light blue color with dark blue leather interior and dark blue top, the restoration that has been done to the car is very well executed and compliments how nice this car has always been. All bright work is in great condition and the car runs and drives extremely well. All mechanicals are in working order. Highly optioned; equipped with power seats, power windows, power trunk release, power top, and power antenna. Overall this is a very beautiful example of a 1959 Cadillac series 62 convertible and is on offer from a long time collection for the first time in many years.
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