With a complete restoration in 2017, this 1947 Cadillac Sixty Special with body by Fleetwood is an impressive example of Cadillac's most luxurious model. With only 150 miles since a nut and bolt restoration, this Cadillac is visually stunning and in perfect condition
Described as a small limousine, this car represents the final year of a classic era in the history of GM's most distinguished brand dating back to the Thirties.
With the look and feel of a small limousine, this car is longer than the pre-war models with ample legroom thanks to a 4-inch longer wheelbase and 2-inch longer rear doors. With its roomy interior, the Sixty Special was advertised as a five-passenger vehicle.
One of the outstanding features of this particular Cadillac is the plush red interior. The sofa style rear seat is done in a rich red fabric complete with footrests and rope grips and a privacy window. The interior is accented with beautifully finished wood trim on the doors and the dash.
This car has been repainted in its original black and is finished to a high standard. The flawless paint glistens. The chrome fixtures have been re-chromed and the gleaming massive grill is impressive and was a touchstone of these stylish luxury models.
With this 1947 model, Cadillac introduced the famous “sombrero” stainless steel wheelcovers New white wall tires set off the car's excellent bodyline.
Under the hood, the 346 cu. in. V8 delivers some 150 H.P. and this car can just cruise in the style befitting the owner's status. It runs smoothly and starts readily.
This newly restored beauty will be an award winner for a new owner.
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 346 ci
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- Body Style
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Shifter Type
- Center Console