This "all-weather" Phaeton 1933 Cadillac quality combined with attractive styling of the Fleetwood coachwork. However, how graceful and beautiful these automobiles were, it was the 16-cylinder V engine that distinguished this car from all others. These cars were built in small series, the name of the owner and the serial number on an engraved plate were listed somewhere in the car. This elegant model a "convertible sedan" model 452 C, was built specifically for the jazz singer Al Jolson. Extras were the pigskin leather interior, wood panels with special structure, additional windows, luggage rack on the roof and silk curtains.
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|Tools Required||Paint, glue, paint, thinner, knutselmes|