What do you think of this 1938 Cadillac 75 Convertible Coupe?
From the seller:
"A brief history of the car as known to me:
Built in Detroit and shipped by truck to the South Chicago Cadillac Agency where it was sold. It did not spend a lot of time in Chicago. I found a business card in the trunk when the restoration was started from a tailor shop near Wilshire Blvd in Los Angeles with a telephone number of WA-0691. Ed Gunther, a long-standing member of the Cadillac LaSalle Club remembers this car being for sale in L.A. back in the 60's. It was sold and Ron VanGelderen restored the car the first time and it was awarded a Senior Badge from CCCA, #697 back in 1975. It was also the cover car for the January 1986 issue of the Self Starter with an accompanying story of the car. Dick Haeberle from New Jersey owned the car which was sold in 1992. It then bounced up to New York for a while owned by Vurdede Pomery who sold it in 2000 and we purchased it on Feb 15th, 2003 from Randy Hall of Saratoga CA Randy had purchased the car while he was restoring his 1938 75 Series Convertible Sedan. The car at that point was somewhat drivable and in need of a total redo. Shortly after that the ten year “nut & bolt” restoration began. Features of the car: To put it mildly this is one massive automobile with a 141-1/2” wheelbase. All 75 (V-8's) and 90 (V-16's) series Cadillacs in this era were on the same chassis and almost identical bodywork. They were offered in many different custom built body styles, the majority being seven passenger sedans This is one of two “non-side mounted” 75 Series convertible coupes made in 1938."
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