1955 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible


$ 115,000


  • Year: 1955
  • Model: Series 62 Convertible
  • Type: Convertible
  • Miles: 0

Location : Tinley Park, Illinois, 60487

Map Location:


331 CID
0 (unknown)
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AM Radio
Automatic Convertible Top
Leather Interior
Power Seats
Power Steering

Power Windows
White Walls
Wire Wheels
Numbers are Matching

1955 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible that is truly one of the nicest in the world! Multiple show winning car, with awards such as 1st Place - Best of Show in the Cadillac Nationals, 1st Place in the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance, 1st Place in the AACA Grand Nationals, Class Award in the Meadow Brook Concours d'Elegance, Best of Class in the Chicago McCormick Place, and more! A very well documented frame off restoration with pictures and invoices go along with this Cadillac, along with an extra set of tires and wheels strictly for show (shipping the tires and wheels is the responsibility of the buyer if interested). Jenkins two tone Red and White leather interior and a white convertible top and boot really set off the Red paint. Power convertible top, leather interior, wire wheels, wide white walls, power windows, power seats, power steering, and AM radio all come equipped on this convertible. Still powered by the 331 CID V8 with 250 horsepower and the smooth shifting automatic transmission this car is a blast to cruise with the top down. 1955 was a year that all of the pieces fell into place for Cadillac and everything just seemed to fit seemlessly on these cars. With the bullet grill treatment, the wrap-around panoramic windshield, a weather seal 'slipper above each door glass and higher tail fins, these cars scream class and style. The fuel filler cap continues to be concealed beneath the left tail lamp, and the dual exhaust system exits through the rear bumper ends.

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