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FEATURE: 1962 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

This 1962 Cadillac Series 62 convertible was parked at the 2013 Itasca, Illinois cruise night.Cadillac vehicles have long represented the pinnacle of class and luxury. This stunning white-on-white 1962 Series 62 perfectly highlights just how that impeccable brand image was formed. Massive battleship proportions, miles of chrome brightwork, jet-age inspired razor tail fins and an sumptuous interior all add up to one ultra-chic cruising machine. Powering this nearly 5,000 lb. behemoth would have been one of two engines; a 390 cu in V8 or a 429 cu in 7.0 L V8. Transmission choices would be either a 4-speed Hydra-Matic or a 3-speed TH-400 automatic transmission. These cars were meant to be driven, effortlessly floating down the freeway while wrapping the lucky occupants in total luxury. There’s little doubt that’s exactly how the owners arrived at the Itasca cruise night, the location where we spied this rolling beauty.

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