Designed by legendary General Motors design chief Harley Earl, the Series 62 sedan was one of the company's most popular post-war models.
The Series 62 featured the sleek, notchback style, characterizing the racy-look of the 1947 line-up. New features included stainless stone shields, door skins that were flush with the rocker panels, individual window moldings and front and rear window ventipanes.
Standard equipment on the Series 62 included automatic window lifts, bullet-shaped front and rear fenders and script Cadillac insignia. Optional items included fog lights, white sidewall discs, safety spotlight and fender mounted antenna. All 1947 Cadillacs were powered by the company's 150 horsepower, 346 cubic-inch V-8 power plant.