Absolutely the most difficult collector cars to find are sound, solid, complete, running and driving CCCA Full Classics which have never been restored. Even when they show up they are usually stolid sedans or baroque formal limousines or town cars. That is not so in this case, a solid, straight 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible Coupe. In 1941 it was the pinnacle of success, a sporting, luxurious, exclusive, powerful automobile that would serve its owner well through the coming war years when civilian vehicle production was halted. If that weren't enough, it is fully equipped, including dual remote spotlights, rear fender skirts, radio, clock, heater and a power top. It has been repainted, but has never been restored. A new set of Firestone-branded wide whitewall tires have been fitted to the steel wheels with hubcaps and trim rings. The chrome is sound. It runs and drives well and looks great going down the road. It also is desirably equipped with a 3-speed manual transmission -- not the then-new and still being perfected Hydra-matic automatic. This Cadillac looks great going down the road and it will amaze onlookers with its quality, sound body, well-preserved chrome and remarkable originality. It is inherently a very rare and desirable Classic, made even more delectable by its careful preservation and originality.