1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe Black with Red Leather This is an exceptional find for Cadillac convertible enthusiast. Sold new in the Northwest and lived in California, Oregon and Texas before coming to Michigan to be with, believed to be, it's third owner 33 years ago. Overall, this cool convertible is ready to drive and enjoy at any "casual" level car show and gathering. The paint was refinished 25 years ago and still shows very well. The top was replaced in 1982 and used sparingly. The interior leather was replaced about 15 years ago and looks great today. The mileage showing on the odometer is 47K and can not be certified. The power comes from its original 331 cubic inch V8. Our seller states that both the engine and transmission have been rebuilt and believe that is has traveled less than 20k miles since. The Black paint with Red leather is a sought after combination and is not only factory correct, it really is beautiful. Call us for more details or come see it at our Detroit location! ClassicAuto Showplace, LTD. 2135 Stephenson Hwy. Troy, MI, 48083. We are just south of I-75 at the Rochester Rd Exit. Phone: (248) 589-2700. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. See additional photos of this car and many others at WWW.CLASSICAUTOSHOWPLACE.COM. Also, don't forget to visit our Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter Accounts to get up-to-date ClassicAuto Showplace news and information!
Offered at the second Barrett-Jackson Northeast auction, this Cadillac DeVille convertible has undergone a full frame-off restoration and features full Eldorado trim.
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