In 1937, Cadillac styling was completely refreshed. The Series 75 was powered by a 346 cubic inch (5.7 L) Monobloc V8 engine and a stylish Fleetwood body. The 1937 convertible sedan has drip moldings running from the bottom of the front pillar, up and over the doors and rear quarter window, new fenders and bumpers, headlights rigidly attached and adjusted by a moving reflector, wheel discs incorporated in the hubcaps and a built-in trunk. A die-cast eggcrate grill would become a standard feature on Cadillac for years to come. A “V” emblem indicating 8 cylinders under the long hood is mounted on the upper right-hand side of the grille. This 1937 Cadillac offers a sophisticated yet aggressive look. Engine changes include a lighter flywheel, a generator relocated in the vee, an oil filter, a carburetor with full automatic electric chock, an oil bath cleaner, and a relocated distributor. A new transmission design features pin-type synchronizers, shifter rails relocated to the side of the case, a cover on the bottom of the case and an extension integral with the transmission mainshaft. This Cadillac Convertible Sedan benefits from a full professional restoration. The new leather is perfect and enhances the Admiral Blue paint. The radials are new for a wonderful ride at highway speeds. The custom body is by Fleetwood. The odometer shows 73,700 miles which we believe to be correct. All lights and gauges are clear and in good working order. All invoices are available for the work completed to date. Scoring first place (98 points) at the Ohio Region Grand Classic of the Classic Car Club of America in July 2016, this car is ready to tour on any CCCA tour or be proudly shown at any Concours de Elegance.