1948 Cadillac Series 61 Sedan – SOLD

Safro Cars 1948 Cadillac Series 61 Sedan

SOLD – SOLD – This vehicle has previously sold. Please contact us to find another for you.

CAR: 1948 Cadillac Series 61

BODY: 4 Door Sedan Green





STOCK: c004


We are honored to offer this 1948 Cadillac Series 61 Sedan for sale!

Our consignor is a reputable Cadillac Collector and understands that vehicles require continued maintenance. If he or his mechanic found something wrong, they took care of it.

This is a favorite of his from the 1940’s Post-War Era.

He was honored when he was invited to show the car at Milwaukee’s 2016 Concourse de Elegance.

The car is in great condition for it’s age. It has many new features and maintenance performed as is ready to drive or show. The original chrome and trim is showing only some of it’s age. The car once had a windshield visor and you can see signs of ware it was mounted. The passenger side glass has a star chip in it. The dash in good condition for its age as well. The steering wheel is super!

This is a great car to take to the next level of competition doing only minor updates.

He is selling of a couple Caddies to purchase a more valuable Cadillac.

Originally an Iowa Car
Rust Free
Sympathetic restoration trying to keep to car as original as possible
Complete body repaint
Rebuilt engine
Rebuilt transmission
Newly re-upholstered seats with OEM material
New carpeting
Power steering added
Hydraulic power windows
Radial tires
Original wheels with factory pin-striping and hub caps
Mostly original chrome and stainless trim
Rebuilt clock
Seat belts
New wiring
Extra fabric included

Here is a list of the the maintenance or updates that have been done during his ownership.
Sealed gas tank
Rebuilt Radiator
New Brakes
Repacked wheel bearings
Lube, Oil, Filter
You get it… whatever it needed.

This is a car that you will be proud to own!

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