The Fisher-bodied Series 62 first appearred in 1941 and used a 129 in wheelbase. The new OHV V8 was the big news for 1949, with minor trim differences otherwise. The higher-priced series again had grooved, front fender stone shields and bright rocker panel moldings. Chevrons below the taillights were no longer seen. The convertible was an exclusive offering, as was a new pillariess two-door "convertible hardtop" called the Coupe DeVille. A more DeLuxe interior was featured and power window lifts were standard on the convertible coupe and optional with other styles. Engine output for the 331 was up to 190 hp from 1952 on. Another familiar name appeared on 1953's Series 62. The top-line Eldorado was a limited-edition luxury convertible, and would become its own model.
This extremely nice example really is in excellent condition throughout, having benefitted from a comprehensive restoration. The car is ready for showing or touring immediately. You could literally fly in and drive this car home! Sporting a high quality restoration, the paint is in excellent condtion with no flaws noted. The Chrome is excellent, and the interior has been completely redone in the cirrect pattern in full leather. A solid car, it has a nicely detailed engine compartment, Power Stering and Brakes, Poweer Top and Seats.
If you are looking for a nice 50's Cadillac that needs nothing but a happy new owner this is your car!