Wow The Crowd In This Sleek 1957 Caddy Model 62 Restomod

Amie Williams

There's nothing like a well-maintained classic Caddy.

The 1957 model year kicked off the fifth generation for the Cadillac Series 62, a car that was produced from 1940 through 1964. With its sleek exterior body lines and distinctive tail fins, this 1957 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe restomod is a beauty to behold. Republic Auctions is excited to offer this fine stunning example to the auction docket on the weekend of November 22-23, 2019 in at Dallas Market Hall in Texas (Lot S123).

Wow The Crowd In This Sleek 1957 Caddy Model 62 Restomod

Exterior-wise, the car is in great shape and is slathered in a glossy black. Coker wide white wall tires add to that old-school appeal and are wrapped around wire wheels. Open the doors to a beautiful black interior. Vintage air conditioning keeps the cabin nice and cool, and a stereo system keeps the tunes playing but also is equipped with bluetooth and backup camera. New window motors were installed allowing the windows to go down with the touch of a button.

A crate 350cui V8 engine is tucked inside the engine bay and backed by a R400 automatic transmission. A new suspension was added including tie rods, ball joints, idler arms, and shocks. This vintage car was also given new parts such as a new battery, master cylinder, and all new brake lines.

On this particular classic Caddy, the odometer reads 47,235 miles, and its clean title shows just 58,311. That is certainly super low mileage for a car that has been in existence for over six decades. A solid car through and through, it has been well-maintained and garage-kept. 

If this stunning car would make the perfect addition to your garage, make sure to bid on this low-mileage '57 Caddy Series 62 restomod as it crosses the auction block at the end of November through Republic Auctions. It's a perfect weekend cruiser that is certain to garner attention and break necks no matter where it goes, so mark your calendars and place your bid on this old-school gem.

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