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1941 Cadillac Series 62 poster

The 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe was available only in a deluxe version, and retailed at $1,645.

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This Cadillac poster celebrates the beautiful 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible coupe, designed by Cadillac’s chief designer Bill Mitchell. It is one of the most desired of all Cadillacs, as few of the 3,100 manufactured remain today, and because it is one of the last pre-war Cadillac convertibles ever built. The US entered World War II on December 8, just hours after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbour, forcing an industry-wide conversion to the manufacture of war materials. General Motors halted automobile production altogether on February 4, 1942.

This is an original poster designed and illustrated by Bill Philpot.

ALL PRINTS ARE GICLEE PRINTS ON HEAVYWEIGHT ARCHIVAL PAPER, AND PRICES INCLUDE WORLDWIDE POSTAGE AND PACKING. SEE PRODUCTION/SHIPPING FOR DETAILS.

SIZE/PRICE:

SIZE 1: 33½” x 24” (85cm x 61cm) £95.00 ($115.00 US, €109.00) incl p&p
SIZE 2: 27½” x 19¾” (70cm x 50cm) £80.00 ($97.00 US, €92.00) incl p&p

Please note: Currency conversions are approximate and are updated manually every six months or so via xe.com currency converter. These prices correct at 9 March 2017.

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The 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe was available only in a deluxe version, and retailed at $1,645.

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