Cadillac's V-8 line was improved across the board for 1932, starting with the engine which gained 20 horsepower to 115hp through extensive intake revisions and a new carburetor. The 3-speed transmission was now fully synchronized. A new frame and smaller 17 inch wheels lowered the 1932 Cadillac V-8 considerably and contributed to some of the most attractive coachwork ever seen in a Cadillac. Cadillac offered four body styles on the 134 inch wheelbase, all by Cadillac President Lawrence Fisher's family coachworks. Styled by Harley Earl, they were sporting, comfortable and handsome, with much of the European flair of his famed insight and vision. This 1932 Cadillac 355-B V-8 Convertible Coupe is a beautifully and correctly restored example that has earned the respect and recognition of the Cadillac LaSalle Club's judges as a Senior winner. Beautifully presented in maroon with a subtle silver coachline, it is upholstered in Bordeaux leather with a tan cloth top that fits tightly and snugly. Equipment includes silver painted wire wheels, wide whitewall tires, dual Pilot-Ray driving lights, dual enclosed side-mounted spares with mirrors, a trunk rack, exhaust pipe extension, golf bag compartment and an under-dash mounted radio and speaker with dashboard controls. It is show-ready throughout, a CCCA Full Classic (tm) that is a delight to drive, satisfying to show and a complement to any collection.