1929 Cadillac 341B

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1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Convertible Coupe

This 1929 341B Cadillac convertible coupe sits on a 140-inch wheelbase, weighed 4,909 pounds and was priced at $3,595. Options available at the time included 6 wire wheels, fender wells with 2 spares priced at $250, a heater was listed at $32 and ti....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Convertible Coupe

This 1929 Cadillac Roadster 341B rides on a 140 inch wheel base, weighs 4678 pounds and was priced at $3,350. Options included 6 wire wheels (2 side mounted) priced at $250 and tire mirrors were $30.....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Sport Phaeton

Engine Num: 329230

The 1929 Cadillacs were among the first examples of the prestigious marque to feature styling developed under the direction of Harley Earl, who founded the pioneering General Motors Art & Colour design section in mid-1927.....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Roadster

This 1929 Cadillac Model 341-B has the Fisher-built roadster body and sold new for $3,350. 1929 marked the first year for shatterproof safety glass to be installed in all Cadillac windows and windshields and was also the first year for a synchro-mes....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Sport Phaeton

This car was delivered new to Boston, Massachusetts, in March 1929. It was sold and in early 1980, the owner started to restore the car. The current owner purchased the car in November 2007 and the next two winters were spent getting the vehicle to i....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Sport Phaeton

The 341 Series were the first Cadillacs designed by General Motors new design chief Harley Earl, who went on to become a legendary American designer. Sales figures for 1929 were nearly double those of 1928.....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Sport Phaeton

Chassis Num: 316547

The exterior of the 1929 Cadillac was little changed. Parking lamps were moved from the cowl to the tops of the fenders which gave it a slightly sportier look. The mechanical components, however, received several significant changes. Most important w....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Imperial Sedan

Chassis Num: 3-30530
Engine Num: 330217

The 1929 Cadillac was little changed when compared to its predecessor. The parking lamps were moved from the cowl to the tops of the fenders that gave the car a slightly sportier appearance. Under the sheet metal, however, were more significant chang....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Convertible Coupe

Few cars better represent the panache of the 'Roaring '20s' than the 1929 Series 314B Cadillac - which, ironically, appeared just as the curtain was about to fall on that storied age. The Series 314 Cadillacs were the first of the prestigious marque ....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Convertible Coupe

Chassis Num: 327153

This Cadillac Series 341B has a history that has been lost to the ages. According to its build tag located on the firewall, it left the factory with a Fisher bodied 4-door sedan. Somewhere during its lifespan, it was given a Victoria Convertible coac....[continue reading]

1929 Cadillac 341B vehicle information

Fisher Body Phaeton

Engine Num: 335049

The 1929 Cadillac received minor updates including having the parking lamps relocated from the cowl to the tops of the fenders. Changes under the skin were also limited, with one of the more important modifications being a new Synchromesh Silent-Shif....[continue reading]

Fisher Body Convertible Coupe
 
Fisher Body Convertible Coupe
 
Fisher Body Sport Phaeton
 
Fisher Body Roadster
 
Fisher Body Sport Phaeton
 
Fisher Body Sport Phaeton
 
Fisher Body Sport Phaeton
Chassis #: 316547 
Fisher Body Imperial Sedan
Chassis #: 3-30530 
Fisher Body Convertible Coupe
 
Fisher Body Convertible Coupe
Chassis #: 327153 
Fisher Body Phaeton
 

History

In 1928 Cadillac introduced a new V8 engine that was 341 cubic-inches and produced 90 horsepower. The vehicle in which is was installed was called the 341, or the Series 341 and 341B. Production of this engine, and this series, continued until 1929 when it was replaced by the 353. The Series 353 had a 353 cubic-inch engine which benefited from a 3.38 inch bore and 4.94 inch.


By Daniel Vaughan | Mar 2007

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9,895
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