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1925 Cadillac V-63 Sedan for sale - Morgantown, Pennsylvania

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FOR SALE: 1925 Cadillac V-63 Sedan $19,500 USD
Morgantown, PA

Interior Color:

Exterior Color:
Grey primer

1925 Cadillac V-63 Sedan The Cadillac V-63 is a large luxury automobile that was introduced in September 1923 by Cadillac as a 1924 model replacing the previous Type 61. It used the GM C platform and was replaced by the Cadillac Series 355 in 1931. The most noticeable update for 1925 was the introduction of two classifications of body style choices. The Standard bodies were added for 1925 that offered a five passenger Brougham, two passenger Coupe, four passenger Victoria, a five- and seven passenger Sedan and a seven passenger Imperial limousine. A higher content Custom body styles offered a Roadster, Touring Car, Phaeton, five passenger Coupe and Sedan, seven passenger Suburban with the top level seven passenger Imperial limousine, while the mechanicals and chassis were otherwise largely unchanged. Coachwork continued to be offered by Fisher Body who was the primary supplier of all GM products at this time, and Duco automotive lacquer paint, introduced by DuPont was the first quick drying multi-color line of nitrocellulose lacquers made especially for the automotive industry. The introduction of lacquer paint afforded the clients with a choice of 24 matched color choices along with 10 different upholstery patterns. For consignment, a barn find version of the 1925 V63 Sedan. With its innovative and smooth 8 cylinder engine, mechanical drum brakes, and 21-inch wood spoked wheels, the performance race, although in its infancy, was on between manufacturers. Sporting a very simple but comfortable interior and still showing the luxury that this car came equipped with when new. This definitely will be a project for its new owner, but one that in the end may prove profitable as this example is not an oft seen automobile. * Please Note: NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY* Exterior With its totally square design passenger compartment, this all steel car maintains its exterior integrity with very faded black paint and primer, patina riddled panels and glass. There is evidence of prior repairs and some rust particularly on the lower cabin structure. The boxy design continues through the back of the car with a rear mounted spare tire and platform for a trunk. Dual twin bar simple bumpers frame the spare tire nicely and add a flair along with the triple taillight on the driver\'s rear fender. Moving to the long dual cowled hood front end, this shows no rust, and has a radiator surround in black topped with a Boyce MotoMeter, and Cadillac crest. Shiny trim is at a minimum, only showing on the round headlight bezels and on the headlight tie bar is a MotoVox horn assembly, otherwise all else is encased in black steel. A 3 bar front bumper caps off the front end and wraps around to undulating fenders with wooden running boards to differentiate the front from the rear. Up top, black vinyl covers the roof and shows cracks, tears and tape cover ups. Black painted Landau bars frame the oval opera windows at the rear of the cabin and add an extra touch of class. Big 21-inch wood spoked wheels are on all 4 corners of this car and will need restored. Interior Taking a look at the twin bench seats will give you an idea of the original interior design and use of fabric. Here we see a large panel tuck and roll pattern mohair in a coffee brown looking much like comfortable couches. These stretches from side panel to side panel. These present with some tearing, dirt and moth damage but are usable as is. A very simple curved metal dash has a cluster of gauges in its very center, which have gold bezels, and also contain a few knobs and pulls. A restored wooden steering wheel is fronting the dash and appears to be held together with black tape of sorts. Solid wood makes up the flooring as the carpet has long since been absent from this car. The mohair felt headliner presents in coffee, and in surprisingly good tight shape, and has an interior light mounted in the center. Drivetrain Assumed to be original, the Fl


  • Price$19,500 USD
  • Odometer12704
  • Body Stylesedan
  • Stock #53

About This Dealership:

6180 Morgantown Road
Morgantown, PA

Classic Auto Mall is a world class consignment house located in southeastern Pennsylvania with indoor showroom space for up to 1,000 collectable and special interest vehicles offered for sale. We are conveniently located just west of Philadelphia.
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