1932 cadillac v-12 closed coupe sedan by fisher
- Cadillac was known as "The Standard of the World". It was founded in 1902 and is the second oldest American automobile brand.
- This Cadillac is Series 370B. It is built on a 140" wheelbase with a Fisher Body.
- Fisher Body Company was founded by Fred and Charles Fisher in 1908 in Detroit, MI. General Motors purchased 60% of the company in 1919 and the remaining shares in 1929.
- This car features: Ride Control, which allows the driver to select a soft to firm driving experience, a windshield that can be raised for ventilation and a locking gear shift for safety and theft prevention.
- Art Deco designs are used on the hardware for the sun visors and the doors. The interior lights are also Art Deco and have oyster shell motif covers.
- This Cadillac was purchased from James Smith III of Macon, GA. He was the founder of the S&S Cafeteria restaurant chain.
- The engine is a V-12 with 368 cubic inches that produces 135 horsepower. This car also has dual carburetors and dual exhaust.
- Weight: 5,370 pounds
- Price when new: $4,895