1938 Cadillac Series 75 Five-Passenger Formal Sedan by
FleetwoodThis 1938 Cadillac Series 75 Five-Passenger Formal Sedan
by Fleetwood is an extremely original example just out of a large
Cadillac collection and long-term ownership. Black with light blue
cloth upholstery front and rear. This car also has the division
partition with a roll-down window and an electric clock. It's been
off the road for several years and is not currently running. It's
ready for a straightforward and very worthwhile cosmetic and
mechanical recommissioning to get it back on the road again. It has
a nice and straight body and the underside is overall solid as
well. This elegant Sedan is powered by an L-Head V8 engine linked
to a three-speed manual transmission. Throughout the 1930s there
were touring sedans, town sedans, formal sedans, and imperial
sedans, which were all a bit different from the limousines and town
cars. Variations of the many sedans were built by both Fisher Body,
General Motors? production body division, and Fleetwood, the wholly
owned coachbuilder. An intermediate model between the town sedans
and imperial sedans was the formal sedan. This particular car is
Style 7519-F (F in this case for formal). Honest and full of
integrity, this stately 1938 Cadillac Series 75 Five-Passenger
Formal Sedan by Fleetwood would be the ideal car to fill out a
comprehensive collection. Price: $23,500
1938 Cadillac Series 75
Location:Astoria, New York
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