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A trophy winning, incredibly beautiful, Mid-West Touring Classic convertible coupe. A 1941 Cadillac built just weeks before Pearl Harbor when the Cadillac factory converted into war production. These V-8 engines were used in the M-8 Track Tanks during WWII. Few remain in existence. This is a 75 yr. old work of automobile art. The color of the car is a deep navy blue lacquer "oceanic blue" finish with sumptuous red interior. Chrome is in perfect condition, no pitting (this is rare among these cars.)
It all works, runs well, every original part in place. The odometer reads 88k, non-verifiable. Has been driven just enough for local cars shows and brief mountain Classic Car tours. Always kept in a garage, covered, and always out of the weather.
- Interior Color:Red
- Restoration History:FullyRestored
- Exterior Condition:Very Good
- AM Radio:Yes