The Cadillac Series 63 was new of 1941 and offered in only one bodystyle, a five-passenger Touring Sedan. The current mileage on this example is 48,000. Total production of the Series 63 was around 4,000 by the start of the Second World War.
This car was originally built in April of 1941 and was shipped to Center City Cadillac Co. Philadelphia, PA. It carried a sticker price of $1,435 when new. 1941 prices for Chevrolet started at $743. Buick prices started at $915.
In 2005, the car was awarded the Aneel Sacket Award for 1941 Cadillac's. The car remains unrestored and is driven to national shows and Concourses rather than being trailered.
This car is powered by a 90-degree V8 engine that displaces 346 cubic-inches and produces 150 horsepower at 3400 RPM. Factory specs show the car could attain a top speed of 100 mph when new.