The 1939 Cadillac 75 Models were completely restyled with a V-shaped grille, more glass area and a shorter wheelbase. The Imperial sedan rode on a 141 inch wheelbase and was powered by a 346 cubic-inch V8 engine producing 135 horsepower coupled with a three-speed column mounted manual transmission.
This 'touring' sedan features a divider between the driver and passenger compartments, allowing it to be chauffer driven on formal occasions. The body (style number 7519-F) was made by GM's Fleetwood division, which only produced coachwork for the top-of-the-line Cadillacs. This car was originally sold in Montreal, Canada. It is powered by the noteworthy 'ninety Degree' L-head V8 capable of 145 bhp.
This five-passenger version is one of just 53 examples built. Though not confirmed, the DuPont family owned a car just like this and with the extremely limited production, this could be it.Also photographed at :