Cadillac’s powerful and refined twelve-cylinder Series 370, fitted from new with Fisher’s sporting and stylish convertible-coupe body. Authenticated by factory build records and offered in excellent condition, with a high-quality older restoration. An immensely charming CCCA Full Classic ideal for touring enjoyment.
Sporting handsome Fisher-built coachwork, this Cadillac Series 370B is one of just 1,709 twelve-cylinder models produced in 1932. According to the factory build sheet, this example is a genuine Fisher-bodied rumble-seat convertible coupe, delivered new to Canton, Ohio. Today, it presents with a well-maintained older restoration, finished in an attractive two-tone maroon color scheme, highlighted by bright red wheels and coach lines. Fittingly for a twelve-cylinder Cadillac, it is equipped with many period accessories, including a goddess mascot, chrome headlamps, optional chrome hood vent doors, a search lamp, and a golf bag door below the rumble seat. Setting this car apart from most is the single rear-mounted spare wheel and optional rear protection bumper bar, noted on the original order sheet. The lack of side-mounts allows for a clean, uncluttered profile, accentuating the flowing fenders designed by Harley Earl. The rear-mounted spare adds visual length and highlights the graceful proportions.