1929 Cadillac V-8 Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan by Fisher

£58,865
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RM Sotheby's - Motor City

AUCTION

26th Jul 2014

AUCTION DATE

1929 Cadillac V-8 Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan by Fisher

LOT DESCRIPTION

£58,865

PRICE GBP
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$100,000

PRICE USD
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3-30530

CHASSIS NUMBER

€ 74,405

PRICE EUR
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1929 Cadillac V-8 Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan by Fisher

Series 341-B. Body Style 8630. 90 bhp, 341 cu. in. L-head V-8 engine, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle, full floating rear axle, front and rear semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 140 in. Compared to its predecessor, the exterior of the 1929 Cadillac was little changed. The parking lamps were moved from the cowl to the tops of the fenders, which was a subtle modification that provided a bit sportier look. Significant changes took place under the sheet metal. Most important of these was a new “clash-less” Synchro-Mesh Silent-Shift transmission, which negated the need for double-clutching and enabled much smoother gear selection. New mechanical four-wheel brakes required considerably less pedal pressure than earlier models, and the shatterproof Security Plate glass became standard in all windows. The suspension system featured new double-acting Delco shock absorbers, and the fully adjustable seats became standard. The handsome example offered here is Fisher body style number 8630, a Seven-Passenger Imperial Sedan, the term used by Cadillac to refer to its limousine with a division window. This car, with engine number 330217, is recorded by its original Cadillac build sheet, a copy of which is on file, as having originally been finished in Black and Calumet Blue and sporting a black roof and six painted wire wheels, which is exactly how it is presented today. In fact, a closed Cadillac of this vintage is seldom found with so authentic a restoration. Correct materials and fittings were used throughout, including upholstery fabrics. The accessory trunk still holds leather-lined suitcases, and bud vases are still present in the rear passenger compartment. This Cadillac was originally delivered in Los Angeles, California, and it has today returned to its proud hometown as one of the nicest surviving examples of its kind. It is perfectly ideal for running to one’s favorite watering hole, which, unlike in 1929, is now perfectly legal, or for traveling on a CCCA CARavan.

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