Series 62

One-Family Owned: 1951 Cadillac Series 62 Sedan

Even though Cadillac offered buyers a choice of 15 tasteful paint color options in 1951 – from Chester Green to Bolero Maroon – to me, a solid black early 50’s Cadillac will always be the classic color choice. Seventy-one… more»

A Touch of Luxe: 1957 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe

Cadillacs of the 1950s owe their graceful lines to Ed Glowacke, chief designer at the Cadillac Design Studio, a division under Harley Earl. Glowacke was the epitome of Cadillac style, impeccably dressed and just as impeccably mannered. With long,… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1962 Cadillac Convertible

From the ran and drove great when it was parked in the shop 25 years ago department comes this 1962 Cadillac convertible, which recently emerged from a quarter-century hibernation and is now looking for a new place to call… more»

Big Fin Driver: 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

As the 1960s dawned and the styling trend of enormous fins faded into a distant memory, it impacted cars like the 1959 Cadillac more than most. Buyers paid a premium to slip behind the wheel of a ’59 Caddy… more»

Series 62 Sedan? 1946 Cadillac

Like all the other major automobile manufacturers, Cadillac shut down car production in early 1942 to turn their focus on the war effort (WWW2). When production resumed in late 1945, the cars were carryover 1942 models, which had been… more»

Interior Needed! 1960 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

The Series 62 was positioned just below the DeVilles throughout the 1950s and 1960s, but anything named Cadillac was still a big, luxurious car. Also called the Series Sixty-Two, the line would be renamed the Calais in 1965. This… more»

Trailer Find: 1955 Cadillac Series 62

The Series 62 line of automobiles was Cadillac’s mainstay between 1940-64, renamed Calais after that. This 1955 hardtop coupe is a project that’s fresh out of an enclosed trailer, but we’re told the motor does spin which offers some… more»

No Reserve: 1961 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

The concept of a cheap Cadillac seems like an oxymoron, but that is potentially what is on offer with this 1961 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible. It has some rust issues, but these look like they would be easy to… more»

Original Paint: 1958 Cadillac Series 62 Hardtop

Comparing American and European luxury cars of the 1950s is like comparing chalk and cheese. European offerings tended to be conservative with interiors that featured acres of dark leather and timber trim. Their American counterparts were bold and brash,… more»

Evicted 15 Years Ago: 1949 Cadillac Coupe de Ville

The Coupe de Ville may be the most well-known Cadillac nameplate because it was part of their line-up for 57 years. The 1949 model was not only the first year produced but also the first Cadillac to have a… more»

Nice Driver: 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe

In the automotive world, styling trends can be fickle. In 1959, owning a Cadillac with the iconic and enormous fins was very much a must-have for potential buyers. A couple of years later, this feature was considered by many… more»

Special Order: 1941 Cadillac Deluxe Coupe

Cadillac had a banner year in 1941, building nearly 60,000 automobiles for the first time. That included the Series 62 Deluxe Coupe like the seller’s car. Except this one was a special-order Caddy, with no back seat like the… more»

Barn Find Drop-Top: 1963 Cadillac Series 62

This ’63 Cadillac convertible was pulled from a barn after being stored for more than 30 years. It’s said to wear its original gold paint and the drivetrain is numbers matching. Other than being fitted with a new set… more»

Spotless Icon: 1959 Cadillac Series 62 Four-Window Hardtop Sedan

People who bought a new 1959 Cadillac Series 62 were making a bold statement. The Caddy was no wallflower but an indication that its owner was a success and they weren’t afraid to let people know it. Times changed,… more»

Original Paint: 1960 Cadillac Series 62 6-Window Sedan

While I will rarely criticize a classic high-performance classic, there are times in our lives when we all deserve to sit back and observe the world from the comfort and isolation of a luxury car. These types of vehicles… more»

Long and Low: 1969 Cadillac Series 62 Hardtop Coupe

Probably no car better encapsulates the late-1950s buying public’s love of fins than the 1959 Cadillac. The enormous fins and bullet taillights remain as instantly recognizable today as when these classics were new. After falling out of favor during… more»