Just Listed 1-2-2022 Wont Last Long Call David Young at 619-451-2130 VERY VERY NICE CAR !!! Check out the Video !!! By the 1960s, many rivals had come and gone, however, the Cadillac nameplate remained. General Motors had found its styling groove, and the 1962 Cadillac models wore similar styles to its 1961 siblings. They had still-lower fins, a slightly refined grille, and backup/turn/stop lights combined behind a single white lens. Front-fender cornering lights were a new option. Cadillac first used the Series 62 designation back in 1940 to signify a higher level trim designation above its Series 60. By 1962, the Cadillac lineup was comprised of the Series 62, Series Sixty Special Fleetwood, and the Series 6700 Fleetwood 75. The bulk of Cadillac's 1962 production was the Series 62, comprised of the base models - a 4- and 6-window sedan, and a coupe – along with the DeVille Series and Eldorado Biarritz. Standard equipment included a full array of lights for under the hood, under the dashboard, in the glove box, and in the trunk, plus back-up and even cornering lights. Among the list of options included the Signal-Seeking Pre-selector radio at $160 or the Air-Conditioning and Heater which added another $473 to the price tag. Above the base Series 62 was the Series 62 DeVille, which added two-way power seats and power windows. With the help of thin upper bodyside moldings. 1962 was the first year of the dual master cylinder braking system. Power was from an overhead valve V8 that displaced 390 cubic-inches and delivered 325 horsepower at 4,800 RPM. It had five main bearings, hydraulic valve lifters, and a Carter two-barrel carburetor. The engine was backed by a four-speed automatic transmission and sent power to the rear wheels. The suspension was fully independent with semi-elliptic rear springs. Drum brakes were placed at all four corners. Its wheelbase measured 129.5 inches and it had a length of 222 inches. This particular car is a cherished baby of its current owner who has enjoyed it for roughly 16 years. The vehicle was purchased from the Imperial palace which was home to some of the world’s greatest cars and its collection rivaled that of Harrahs, Nethercutt and the Mullin Museum of Oxnard. At one time its Duesenberg room housed no less than 20 of America’s Greatest and most Luxurious marque. This car has been re-painted in its original color and its interior is original, the vehicle is entirely rust free and although its history is handed down and unknown it has said to have been in Palm Springs its entire life, Given its extremely solid and beautiful original condition, we believe it is likely so. The vehicle runs and drives excellent, it has given its owner many years fun and enjoyable trips up and down the cost of California and has been surprisingly very very reliable and only needed minor repairs and tune ups through out the time with him. Get in it and Go, this Cadillac will not last long….
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3647 Dalbergia Street
San Diego, CA 32113