1941 Cadillac Convertible Sedan For Sale
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Estate Sale, owned by the same family for the past 50 years. stored for the last 40 years in a new garage in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California, one hour west of Reno Nevada and 1 hour north of Truckee California. Driven each year in local 4th of July Parade. California car since new, sold new by Don Lee Cadillac 3-10-41 in San Francisco.
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One of only 400 produced. Last year for the convertible sedan. First year for the Hydra-Matic transmission. Optional Radio with original San Francisco radio station button labels. Optional factory fender skirts. Full CCCA Classic.
346 cu in (5.7 L) 150 hp L-head V8 with Hydra-Matic transmission. The transmission mechanicals have been upgraded to a later model dual-range Hydra-Matic that provides smoother shifting than the original 1941 Hydra-Matic transmission, but no visual difference to the undercarriage or transmission case.
The Fisher-bodied Series 62 replaced the Cadillac Series 61 as an entry level product for the 1940 model line. The Series 62 featured a low sleek "torpedo" style C-body with chrome window reveals, more slant in the windshield, and a curved rear window. The new C-body that the 1940 Cadillac Series 62 shared with the Buick Roadmaster and Super, the Oldsmobile Series 90 and the Pontiac Custom Torpedo featured shoulder and hip room that was over 5" wider, the elimination of running boards and exterior styling that was streamlined and 2-3" lower. When combined with a column mounted shift lever the cars offered true six passenger comfort. The Series 62 was available as a club coupe or a sedan, with 2-door and 4-door convertibles introduced mid-year.
In 1941, the one-piece hood came down lower in the front, included the side panels and extended sideways to the fenders. A single rectangular panel of louver trim was used on each side of the hood. The rectangular grille was wide, vertical, and bulged forward in the middle. Rectangular parking lights were built into the top outer corners of the grille. Headlights were now built into the nose of the fenders, and provision for built in accessory fog lights was provided under the headlights. Three chrome spears appeared on the rear section of all four fenders. Rear fender skirts were standard. The Series 62 offered the only 4-door convertible built by Cadillac in 1941 and it would be the last time this body style was ever made by the marque. All Cadillacs shared the same 346 cu in (5.7 L) 135 hp L-head V8 that year, with power rising to 150 hp.