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- 08-25-10 09:21 AM #1
Who knows the history on the 1962 De Ville Convertible?
Hi Cadillac friends,
Hope you can help me out, recently bought a 1962 Cadillac de Ville Convertible at Daniel Schmitt. The car was advertised as fully nut and bolt restored but when it arrived in the Netherlands it appeared to be a restauration object!
They claimed Usd.40.000,-- was recently spend and the car was the prefect car for the collector.
Anyone knows this car and can tell me a little about the history?
The Vin.Number is : 62F007345
Nevada Silver - with tan upholstery.
see enclosed pictures.
would realy help me a lot to know prevoius owner or the company that restored it...
many thanks in advance,
vincent de vos
- 08-27-10 02:04 PM #2
Re: Who knows the history on the 1962 De Ville Convertible?
•This was the 60th anniversary year for Cadillac.
•The automaker produced 160,840 Cadillacs during the year, all equipped with the new dual-safety braking system.
•59 percent sold with air conditioning.
•Cadillac makes dual-braking system standard
•Cadillac features optional front-fender cornering lights
•Harold G. Warner was general manager
•Charles F. Arnold was chief engineer
•Charles Jordan was chief designer (Cadillac Studio) until August
•Stanley Parker became chief designer (Cadillac Studio) in August
•Fred H. Murray was general sales manager until September
•L. N. Mays became general sales manager in September
•Cadillac production figures Series 62 ... 72,877 ... increased 10,451
Sedan de Ville ... 43,608 ... increased 8,590
Coupe de Ville ... 25,675 ... increased 5,519
Eldorado ... 1,450 ... increased 0
Series 60 ... 13,350 ... decreased 2,150
Series 75 ... 3,880 ... increased 51