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Cadillac V63. Cabrio. 8/5155cc. 1923.

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Year of manufacture: 1923. Exchange rate: Manual. Equipped with wooden spoke wheels. Engine: 8 / 5155cc. ITV valid for 5 years. Registered as a historical vehicle. 2007.


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Color: Black, original interior in hand-stitched leather with matching gray.

Restorations: Sheet metal and paint, 7585 k engine, Carburation, chrome and rims, new wheels, upholstery, Impeccable. In perfect state. In perfect working condition. New hood. Rear drawer restored. The Cadillac Type V-63 is a large luxury car that Cadillac introduced in September 1923 as a 1924 model, replacing the previous Type 61. It used the GM C platform and was replaced by the Cadillac 355 Series.


1925 Cadillac Type V-63
The V-63 used an improved version of the L-head V8 engine that made Cadillac famous. The main innovation was a transverse plane crankshaft that improved balance and smoothness. This design required complex mathematical analysis and was simultaneously patented by Peerless. Both companies agreed to share the innovation, which has now become common. Another innovation on the V-63 was the brakes on the front wheels. A "Custom" body line was added for 1925, but the vehicle remained largely unchanged. The line was updated for 1926 as the Series 314. It was built at the Cass Street and Amsterdam Avenue factory in Detroit, with bodywork provided by various body builders, including Fleetwood Metal Body in Fleetwood, Pennsylvania.

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Cadillac V63. Cabrio. 8/5155cc. 1923.

Cadillac V63. Cabrio. 8/5155cc. 1923.

Year of manufacture: 1923. Exchange rate: Manual. Equipped with wooden spoke wheels. Engine: 8 / 5155cc. ITV valid for 5 years. Registered as a historical vehicle. 2007.


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