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1938 Cadillac Model 65 Five-Passenger Imperial Limousine

Lot 1035 | West Palm Beach | Now Asking $26,500

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1938 Cadillac Model 65 Five-Passenger Imperial Limousine

Lot 1035 | West Palm Beach | Now Asking $26,500

Highlights

  • Standout 1930s-era Cadillac that lives up to their motto “The Standard of the World”
  • One of 110 Series 65 Limousines built in 1938, believed to be one of just 15 extant
  • The sophisticated Fisher coachwork is characterized by a tall 'egg-crate' grille and optional side-mounted spare tires
  • This Series 65 Limousine has been completed in a wonderful two-tone, black and orange color scheme over gray cloth upholstery
  • The consignor states that the car retains its original flathead 346 cu-in V8 engine and three-speed automatic transmission
  • Fittings are traditional Cadillac, including large wood veneers, polished switches, and easily legible instrumentation
  • The rear passengers are treated to a wide cloth sofa as well as unrestricted headroom thanks to a rare factory sunroof
  • Color-matching 16-inch wheels wear polished Cadillac hubcaps and whitewall tires
  • Once owned by American artist Samuel J. Butcher, best known as the illustrator of the 'Precious Moments' brand of characters
  • Enjoyed the current owner's care for over 17 years
  • Displaying 66,869 miles at the time of cataloging, which is believed to be the original mileage

Description

Chassis No. 386519F


Contact

Donnie Gould
Senior Car Specialist

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