1941 was the last full model year before civilian automobile production ended "for the duration." The young executive or professional who acquired this 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe was undoubtedly thankful to have it, a classy, sporty automobile that is one of the most desirable of all collector cars today. Only 3,100 were built in 1941. Finished in Maroon with an inviting Tan leather interior and matching cloth top, it is equipped with the optional Hydra-Matic automatic transmission which was available for the first time in Cadillacs in 1941. It also has rear fender skirts embellished with a Cadillac medallion, running boards, wide whitewalls, clock, radio and heater. Harley Earl and Bill Mitchell dressed up the Cadillacs with three chrome strips on the front and back fenders, complementing the massive grille and hood side chrome trim. This is a good, straight, pretty automobile that was restored to very high quality driver condition some time ago. It shows some use and age, demonstrating its quality, durability and performance. Its next owner will be just as proud of it as its first owner no doubt was during the war.