The first Cadillac to return to production after World War II, the Series 62 was meant to be driven and enjoyed. And, with its accentuated tail fins, liberal chrome work and distinctive bullet-style headlights, the 1962 version is truly iconic.
In fact, Car Life magazine touted the 1960 Cadillac as “the best buy in the luxury field.”
This striking Cadillac reportedly spent most of its life on display at the Hard Rock Casino in Tampa, Florida. Originally red, it has been professionally repainted and presents a flawless exterior. The Hard Rock wanted red-on-red, so this exceptional car with the red leather interior was a perfect fit.
To enhance its sleek style even further, the chrome is bright and impeccable.
One of the highest-priced cars of its era, this sporty Cadillac is equipped with most of the prized options you might see on one of its convertibles. It features air conditioning and full-power accessories: top, windows, seat, steering and brakes. Also included is an AM radio, heater and an Autronic Eye headlight dimmer system.
This distinctive vehicle rides on Truespoke wire wheels adorned with American Classic radial tires. And as testament to its continued care, it recently underwent a complete tune-up with all fluids changed.
Equipped with a 345 hp, 390 cubic inch engine, this 4-speed automatic accelerates smoothly and glides effortlessly down the road. This car will cruise down the road at any speed desired and would be welcome at any show.
It is very rare to see a red-on-red 1959-1962 Cadillac these days, and the tail fins make this car instantly recognizable. It’s truly an iconic blast from the past.
It is as comfortable as can be, and that extra flash makes onlookers stop in their tracks. Can you just imagine pulling in to the next cruisin’ or driving in the next parade?
This bold Series 62 Convertible is sure to put a smile on the next owners’ faces as they enjoy this luxurious car to the fullest . . . from the beautiful bold reds to the shining chrome work and striking fins.
Why not take a closer look?