The Cadillac Series 75 debuted in 1936 as a step above the entry
level Series 60 models. Our very original 1937 Series 75 Town Car
by Fleetwood Limousine has had only 3 owners - the current owner
for the last 58 years. The car is unrestored but virtually complete
in all aspects. The Cadillac has spent some time in storage and the
owner has addressed some mechanical concerns that had arisen during
that timeframe. Invoices have been provided that document
maintenance performed on the engine/fuel systems and braking system
over the last year. The Fleetwood Coachwork Town Car body is very
solid, but the Black finish can at best be considered in fair
condition. A tall slender grille and all of the chrome-work are in
overall good condition. Accents include 'suicide rear doors', dual
fender-mounted spare tires, amber fog lights, rear luggage rack and
a split tinted windshield. Wide-whites on factory wheels with
chrome wheel covers provide a nice classic touch. The Series 75
Town Car Limo provided separate seating areas for the driver and
the passengers. The rear seating area has luxurious button-tufted
upholstery and the driver holds a 'banjo' wheel and accesses a full
set of original gauges. There is a roll-up window partition between
the two areas that rolls up and down fine. Under the hood is the
classic Cadillac 'Monobloc' flathead V8 that produces 136 hp. This
346 cu in (5.3 L) is said to have not been rebuilt, but has had
recent major service w/documentation as previously noted. It is
backed by a three-speed synchromesh manual gearbox and the chassis
features 4-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. This classic Cadillac
Series 75 Town Car Limousine could be fully restored, or just
enjoyed as a nice driver. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1937 Cadillac Series 75
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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