This car is equipped with a V-12 engine, 150 HP which displaced 368 CID - It was the last year for the V-12 Cadillac's.
This car has been treated to a comprehensive ground up restoration. The work was awarded with a CCCA First Price in 2006.
Options are front/rear glass divider, dual side mount spares with covers, wheel discs, flexible steering wheel.
This Model 85 Sedan Convertible is propelled by a 368 cubic-inch, overhead valve V12, producing 150 horsepower. The engine makes extensive use of polished aluminum and has hidden electrical wiring. It also boasts a hydraulic valve lash compensation system which aided in the efficiency and near silent of operation.
Cadillac introduced a new chassis in 1934 that would provide a solid foundation for years to come. It was capable of holding a variety of engines, including a V8, V12 and V16 engine. it spanned 138-inches between the axles and came cloaked in several varieties of bodies.
The last year of V12 availability was 1937.
This car includes many examples of Cadillac's available options, such as twin side-mounted spare tires, a roll-up privacy window, a rear clock, a flexible steering wheel and wheel discs. The interior is cloaked in red leather and wears the traditional woodwork.Also photographed at :