Considered one of the finest V-8 Cadillac’s built during the Classic Era, the 1935 series showed Harley Earl's effect on evolving streamlined design. This 1935 355-D Series 10 (128" wheelbase) Convertible Coupe received a body off the frame restoration in the early 90's in the period colors of Washington Beige with tan leather upholstery and a tan cloth top matching its original configuration as confirmed by the copies of the build and order sheets which come with it. Its equipment is impressive including highly unusual full wheel discs, rumble seat, enclosed rear-mounted spare, whitewall tires, dual taillights and banjo spoke steering wheel. One of its noteworthy features is the parking lights integrated into the headlight brackets. It comes with a book with photos of the solid, straight car it was before restoration began and throughout the restoration. Its cosmetics are still exceptional, the engine compartment is clean, tidy and freshly detailed and the interior, including the window sill wood, is sharp. This is an exceptional automobile indicative of Cadillac's impressive build and design quality during the Thirties that will be proudly owned, driven and shown.