Don't miss this one!With its beautiful classic lines, improved 331
cid engine, technical innovation and loads of luxury features, it's
no wonder the 1949 Cadillac was named Motor Trend's first ever Car
of the Year. Although the Cadillac had stiff competition from
Lincoln, Oldsmobile and Buick, it had enough credibility to clinch
the top spot. The 1949 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Coupe DeVille
Hardtop is a very rare and highly desirable automobile. With only
2,150 produced, many Cadillac enthusiasts and collectors believe
this rare, stunning car is a must have. This particular car,
located at Champion Motors International, is truly a difficult
find. The exterior is finished in black while the interior is
lavishly upholstered in red leather and vinyl. Options include
power windows, power seats and an automatic transmission. The
odometer currently shows 7,568 miles, however a mere 66,865 were
put on the car prior to restoration. The condition is excellent
overall and probably one of the nicest 1949 Coupe DeVille Hardtops
currently on the market.*While every reasonable effort is made to
ensure the accuracy of this information, we are not responsible for
any errors or omissions contained on these pages. Please verify any
information in question with Champion Motors International.
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