|Available: 1933 Cadillac 355C Town
Only 2,100 Model 33C Cadillacs were built during the 1933 depression year, but Cadillac showed a marked departure from the past by styling the radiator cover with a “V” design grill in a painted shell. They also added skirts to the front and rear fenders to hide the undercarriage from view, and changed the hood side vents to horizontal to emphasize the car’s flowing lines. The front and rear bumpers featured an attractive 3-bar center section.
For the first time, Fisher bodies had flow-through “NO-Draft” ventilation, with vent windows in the front doors and rear quarters to exhaust stale air from the cabin – a particular attraction to smokers.
Mechanically, the 1933 Cadillac retained the 353 cubic inch V8, rated at 115 horsepower, mated to a silent helical geared synchro-mesh transmission. It also had ride-control two-way shock absorbers that were controlled from the drivers seat.
This automobile is available for sale For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact Bob Anzalone at 734-428-1808 or E-mail for more information. (Download Info Sheet)