1958 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible,Frame Off,AC Automatic Convertible

Price: US $129,900.00 Item location: Local pick-up only
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Cadillac
  • Model: Other
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: Convertible,Frame Off,AC
  • Year: 1958
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: 58F026225
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 365
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1958 Cadillac Other Convertible,Frame Off,AC

1958 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE 365CI AUTOMATIC WITH BODY OFF RESTORATION IS UPGRADED WITH POWER DISC BRAKES. LOADED WITH POWER STEERING, POWER BRAKES, POWER SEATS, POWER TOP AND POWER ANTENNA. RIDE IN COMFORT WITH LEATHER SEATS, AIR CONDITIONING, AM/FM STEREO, REMOTE MIRRORS, ELECTRIC WINDSHIELD WIPERS AND WASHERS AND TINTED GLASS.THERE IS A SPARE AND JACK IN THE BEAUTIFULLY LINED TRUNK. IT CRUISES SMOOTHLY ON WIDE WHITE RADIAL TIRES.

Exterior:

Professionally painted to its original shade of Red (code 50)then buffed to near perfection. The body panels, gaps and lines align and are excellent. Recent rechroming giving it a show quality appearance. New convertible top with matching top boot. Clear and bright tinted glass. New Goodyear Custom Super Cushion wide white radial tires. Factory chrome caps.

Interior:

New red lush leather interior with white leather trim. Power top Power seats Power antenna Power windows Remote powered mirrors Seatbelts have been added for safty Excellent dash New Chrome Bezels and surround​Mechanics: Show quality engine compartment Great running 365 ci V8 engine Power steering Upgraded power disc brakes Factory air conditioning Smooth shifting automatic transmission

Undercarriage:

Well maintained and clean undercarriage Finished trunk that is lined Spare tire and jack
Seventh generation Cadillac Series 62
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadillac_Series_62
Cadillac was restyled and re-engineered for 1961. The new grille slanted back towards both the bumper and the hood lip, along the horizontal plan, and sat between dual headlamps. New forward slanting front pillars with non-wraparound windshield glass were seen. The revised backlight treatment had crisp angular lines with thin pillars on some models and heavier semi-blind quarter roof posts on others. Standard equipment power brakes, power steering, automatic transmission, dual back up lights, windshield washer, dual speed wipers, wheel discs, plain fender skirts, outside rearview mirror, vanity mirror and oil filter. Rubberized front and rear coil springs replaced the trouble prone air suspension system. Four-barrel induction systems were now the sole power choice and dual exhaust were no longer available.
A mild face lift characterized Cadillac styling trends for 1962. A flatter grille with a thicker horizontal center bar and more delicate cross-hatched insert appeared. Ribbed chrome trim panel, seen ahead of the front wheel housings in 1961, were now replaced with standard cornering lamps[18] and front fender model and series identification badges were eliminated. More massive front bumper end pieces appeared and housed rectangular parking lamps. At the rear tail lamps were now housed in vertical nacelles designed with an angled peak at the center. A vertically ribbed rear beauty panel appeared on the deck lid latch panel. Cadillac script also appeared on the lower left side of the radiator grille. The short-deck hardtop Town Sedan was moved from the Series 6300 to the Series 6200, being replaced by a short-deck Sedan de Ville Park Avenue in the Series 6300.[19] In addition all short deck Cadillac models went from being 6-window sedans in 1961 to 4-window sedans in 1962 and 1963. The Town Sedan would disappear in 1963,[20] with only 4,900 sold (of 134,572 Series 62s in all),[21] though the Sedan de Ville Park Avenue sold even fewer, 4,175 (out of 150,882 De Villes).[22] Standard equipment included all of last years equipment plus remote controlled outside rearview mirror, five tubeless black wall tires, heater and defroster and front cornering lamps. Cadillac refined the ride and quietness, with more insulation in the floor and behind the firewall.[23]
In overall terms 1963 Cadillac was essentially the same as last year. Exterior changes imparted a bolder and longer look. Hoods and deck lids were redesigned. The front fenders projected 4.625" further forward than in 1962 while the tailfins were trimmed down somewhat to provide a lower profile. Body side sculpturing was entirely eliminated. The slightly V-shaped radiator grille was taller and now incorporated outer extensions that swept below the flush-fender dual headlamps. Smaller circular front parking lamps were mounted in those extensions. A total of 143 options including bucket seats with wool, leather or nylon upholstery fabrics and wood veneer facings on dash, doors and seatbacks, set an all-time record for interior appointment choices. Standard equipment was the same as the previous year. Convertibles were equipped with additional features. The engine was entirely changed, though the displacement and output remained the same, 390 cu in (6.4 l) and 325 hp (242 kW).[24]
It was time for another facelift in 1964 and really a minor one. New up front was a bi-angular grille that formed a V-shape along both its vertical and horizontal planes. The main horizontal grille bar was now carried around the body sides. Outer grille extension panels again housed the parking and cornering lamps. It was the 17th consecutive year for the Cadillac tailfins with a new fine-blade design carrying on the tradition. Performance improvements including a larger V-8 were the dominant changes for the model run. Equipment features were same as in 1963 for the most part. Comfort Control, a completely automatic heating and air conditioning system controlled by a dial thermostat on the instrument panel, was introduced as an industry first. A convertible was no longer available. The engine was bumped to 429 cu in (7 l), with 340 hp (253.5 kW) available. In its final year only 35,079 Series 62s were sold, the smallest number since 1946 and little more than a quarter of their all-time sales record in 1956.
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