This 1931 Cadillac V12 All Weather Phaeton 370A with coachwork by Fleetwood is powered by a 368 cubic-inch twelve cylinder engine that produces 135 horsepower. It sits atop a 140 inch wheelbase which is held in place with front and rear semi-elliptic leaf springs.
The term 'All Weather Phaeton' was Cadillac's way of saying a convertible sedan with roll-up windows. This 370A was awarded a First National Junior Award at the 1969 AACA meet in Hershey, PA. It scored 96.5 points at the CCCA meet in Indianapolis in 1969. It has won twice at the Concours d'Elegance in Cincinnati, Ohio.Also photographed at :