You will not find a prettier 1952 Cadillac available. The 4 wide whitewall radial tires are powered by a detailed and smooth running 331 cubic inch 8 cylinder engine. With factory installed power steering and a hydra-matic automatic transmission with column shifter, this Cadillac is very easy to drive. The beautiful tan leather bench seat interior with matching tan carpeting looks pristine. The dark blue metallic exterior paint, dual side mirrors, and chrome are all in excellent condition. A heater and defroster ensure that you will always be comfortable, even after easily putting down this Series 62's dark blue canvas power-assist convertible top. This amazingly elegant 1952 Cadillac Series 62 exudes the utmost beauty and class, making it a must-have for any collector. If an inaccurate automobile price is inadvertently listed on this Website, Ellingson Motorcars LLC reserves the right to NOT honor the erroneous price. For more information and a current list of vehicles, call Scott Ellingson @ 763-428-7337. Heater/Defroster,AM Radio,Electric Clock,Power Windows
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