This 1938 Cadillac Series 75 4 Door Convertible Sedan is a
show-quality car and is one of the rarest Cadillacs ever made. This
Convertible 4 Door Sedan has a Fleetwood body making it 1 of 58
produced by Fleetwood in 1938, adding to the rarity and making this
a very desirable and highly collectible car. With an overall length
of 220.5 inches and weighing in at 5,110 pounds, this bodacious
beauty was always considered one of the most prestigious Cadillacs.
In 1938, the V-8 Cadillacs featured an incredible design from the
front grill to the beautiful trunk design. The grill is a work of
art with its glistening chrome egg crate design. This '38 Cadillac
is powered by a 346 Cubic Inch Cadillac V8 motor with single barrel
carburetor and 3 speed selective synchro manual transmission with
column-mounted shifter. All of the chrome and brightwork is
showroom new and presents exceptionally well. The exterior of this
pre-war Cadillac is finished in perfect maroon and black paint and
the tan canvas top looks like it's brand new. This 1938 Cadillac
sits on 4 wide whitewall bias ply tires wrapped around 16" Cadillac
rims with correct hubcaps. There are also dual side mounts with
covers which were an add-on option back in 1938. The interior of
this car is in excellent, museum quality condition as well. The
maroon leather bench seat interior looks brand new, with little to
no wear and tear. The rear passenger compartment has a working
divider window, suicide doors, and an enormous amount of leg room.
The woodgrain dash and door trim, as well as the steering wheel and
gauges are in excellent shape. Even the chrome convertible top
hardware is in spectacular condition. Whether you're looking to add
to your fleet of classic Cadillacs or you're looking for your first
one, this ultra-rare show-quality 1938 Cadillac Series 75 4 Door
Convertible Sedan is the car for you!
*3 Speed Manual Transmission
*Optional Turn Signals
*Maroon Body / Black Fenders
*Maroon Leather Interior
*Dual Sidemounts with Covers
*Factory AM Radio
*Wood Grained Dash / Door Sills
*Excellent Chrome and Brightwork
*Wide Whitewall Tires / Factory Hubcaps
*Odometer Reads: 28,079 Miles
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