Category: Cadillac

1954 Cadillac 62 Sport Coupe

1954 Cadillac 62 Sport Coupe In 1952, Cadillac celebrated the 50th anniversary of the company. The V-shaped hood and deck emblems were done as gold castings. The Series 62 sedan was also characterized by a higher rear deck lid contour (providing additional luggage space). History Back up lights were now standard equipment and were incorporated Read More …

1949 Cadillac 61 2Dr Fastback

1949 Cadillac 61 2Dr Fastback The formerly smaller Series 61 was moved to the Series 62’s GM’s C-Body. Both were very similar. Design changes came to that body style already in 1948, featuring GM’s first new postwar body with styling bits including tail fins inspired by the Lockheed P-38 fighter plane. History Changes at Cadillac Read More …

1948 Cadillac 62 4Dr Sedan

1948 Cadillac 62 4Dr Sedan The Cadillac ’62’ line is a series of automobiles that were produced from 1940 until 1964. (Then they were renamed the Cadillac Calais.) That ’62’ model series was originally designed to replace the entry level Series 65. Cadillacs of early post war years are famous for the longevity and their Read More …

1953 Cadillac 62 Coupe

1953 Cadillac 62 Coupe Three GM divisions had 50th anniversaries in 1953. That were Oldsmobile, Buick and Cadillac. Incidentally, some 1953 Cadillacs were built with a Hydramatic transmission (like this car) after a fire in the Buick Dynaflow plant. That factory in Willow Run had a reduced output of transmissions that year. 1953 Cadillac 62 Read More …

1953 Cadillac 62 4Dr Sedan

1953 Cadillac 62 4Dr Sedan Three GM divisions had 50th anniversaries in 1953. That were Oldsmobile, Buick and Cadillac. Incidentally, some 1953 Cadillacs were built with a Hydramatic transmission (like this car) after a fire in the Buick Dynaflow plant. That factory in Willow Run had a reduced output of transmissions that year. 1953 Cadillac Read More …