Cadillac ended 1930 with four separate models and a bewildering selection of wheelbase lengths, power train, coachwork and options. In addition to the V-8, for 1930 increased to 353 cubic inches and 95 horsepower, and LaSalle Cadillac offered the gargantuan 452 cubic inch V-16 and late in the year introduced the 370 cubic inch V-12. The core of the company's product line, however, was the V-8 which offered performance, silence, quality and smoothness on a 140" wheelbase with seven Fisher bodies and fourteen Fleetwood semi-customs. This 1930 Cadillac 353 V-8 is bodied by Fisher in the very attractive yet also practical 5-passenger enclosed Town Coupe. An older restoration, it is impossible to overlook in its Red livery with Black fenders and accent and has a very attractive and unusual interior upholstered in Brown with a slight hint of Gold. Equipped with body color painted artillery wheels, wide whitewall tires and chrome bumpers, it also has been provided with a single Pilot-Ray driving light. It is a very big, tall, imposing automobile meant to communicate without doubt the success of the owner who was able to pay its $3,595 factory price. The 5-passenger enclosed Town Coupe body has grace, style and handsome proportions. The older restoration was done right and the quality of its materials, workmanship and subsequent care are apparent in its continued excellent condition. Quality, style, balance, performance and an excellent restoration combine to make this 1930 Cadillac 353 V-8 Town Coupe a great choice for shows or tours.