In 1936, Cadillac introduced the Series 60 as a smaller and less expensive model to compete with the Packard 120 in the medium priced class. Just like the Series 75, it featured a newly designed monoblock engine that displaced 322 cubic-inches and produced 125 horsepower. It also had GM's new 'Unisteel' Turret Top, front-hinged doors, hydraulic brakes, a narrow vertical grille, bullet headlights and pontoon fenders. Production continued until 1938, when it was replaced by the 60 Special, which was produced until 1941.
This car has been in the same ownership for over 40 years. It has been given a restoration on two occasions. The color is called Colonial Cream and is listed as a special color combination.