Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this four-door
1941 Cadillac Series 62. Cadillac was formed in 1902 and purchased
by General Motors in 1909. Already established as a premier luxury
car, General Motors was able to make the Cadillac a household name
as the premier American made luxury car. Cadillac has always been
ahead of the curve when it comes technological advances. Including
such innovations as full electrical systems including lighting and
ignition systems. Cadillac was also at the forefront with the
introduction of the first mass produced V-8 engine. The Cadillac
Series 62 was in production from 1940-1942. Sporting a new
"torpedo" low sleek body style including a more slanted windshield.
With the elimination of the running boards Cadillac had the ability
to lower the car almost three inches lower. By 1941 the fender
skirts were standard equipment and the front grille had been
revised. Sales of the 62 Series reached 24,734 units sold by the
end of 1941. All in part to the popularity of the new "torpedo"
design and roomier interior. This four-door 1941 Cadillac Series 62
is painted in Tuxedo black with a tan cloth interior. An abundance
of flashy chrome and large rear fender skirts truly make this
gorgeous Cadillac stand out in a crowd. Period wide whitewall tires
are mounted on the factory steel wheels and hubcaps. The Cadillac
Flying Lady hood ornament graces the nose in all her splendor.
Under the hood is Cadillacs 346 flathead V-8 attached to a
three-speed synchromesh manual transmission. Added features include
seatbelts for the front seat only, factory radio, aftermarket temp
gauge, and factory heater box.
1941 Cadillac Series 62
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