A rarely seen early post-WWI Cadillac with attractive four-passenger Phaeton coachwork and powered by the robust, refined 314.5 cubic-inch 90-degree V8 engine. Discovered in the mid-1960s by Ed and Joan Labell, who painstakingly restored the Cadillac to award-winning standards over the next 20 years. Following its restoration, they enjoyed the Cadillac on numerous Horseless Carriage Club tours in the Pacific Northwest. It is offered here in excellent, well-preserved condition with a pleasing, careworn character, finished in primrose yellow with black fenders. This appealing and usable Cadillac is eligible and well-suited for CCCA and Horseless Carriage club touring. This vehicle recently arrived and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details.
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