1950 Cadillac Survivor Series 62 Original Unrestored and Complete

Price: US $3,150.00 Item location: Muskego, Wisconsin, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Cadillac
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: series 62
  • Year: 1950
  • Mileage: 68,000
  • VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 331 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1950 Cadillac Other

Here it is! A Original Wisconsin bought(and still surviving) 1950 Cadillac Series 62. I am the third owner--bought new at Kvan Cadillac in Milwaukee WI. I have original underhood id card with delivery date, ealership, nd purchasing customer with address. Mileage is original, aint is original, can find6 things replaced:

Battery

Voltage Regulator

Fuel Filter

Tires

Master cylinder

Carpet

Tires have port a wall whitewalls over radial tires, ar runs and drives well, ransmission is great, ipers work as well as vacuum wipers do, ll lights work inside and out, oors do not sag.

There is some corrosion on the chrome and some pitting as well as on the body but no rust through--everything is surface on the body, hrome has a couple holes but best of all--it is a complete car!! Floors were patched many years ago--only could tell when I did the carpet--very professional job. I did a minor patch at the front of the rear wheel well(very small--could have fixed with seam sealer but a patch in combination with sealer seems better) trunk is solid

have original windshield washer bottle but it is not installed

Seats have fitted covers on them--cloth underneath is worn and stained

One wheel skirt missing(this area has some rust and a mount is gone hence the skirt went with it)

paint is shiny but pitted(awesome original patina)

red dash highlights have been repainted by previous owner

has optional interior heater but it is inoperable

radio is inoperable

What is needs:

gas tank cleaned--there is something in there that clogs the fuel inlet--blowing on the line clears it and that is how I have been driving it--I do not like dropping tanks

defroster blower works but needs to be hooked up again to interior switch(I didn't do because I do not see where to reattach and I do not want to butcher up any original wiring as it is still in a good state of repair)

In indoor storage right now as it has always been kept since new--car does show its mileage though--it was a daily driver for many years with the original owner--second and third owners only on nice days

Please call me with questions or email

Phil 4149438130

cymz@sbcglobal.net