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In 1930, Cadillac shocked the automotive world by introducing an unprecedented V12 and V16 engine. The introduction of these two marvellous engines put manufacturers such as Hispano-Suiza, Lagonda, Rolls-Royce and its main rivals in Packard City in Cadillac’s sights.
The 370 V12 model offered advantages over the brand’s V16: it was lighter, handled better and drove better. Cadillac’s exquisite L-shaped V12 engine produces 135 horsepower with incredible smoothness, and is recognized as one of the finest engines of all time.
Various custom bodies were available, the model shown here is a 370A convertible coupe in beautiful condition. Wearing Fleetwood’s highly desirable convertible coupe body on a 140″ wheelbase chassis, this 1931 Cadillac 370A V12 has undergone a restoration. It is finished in a stunning period colour combination with white main bodywork accented by black body lines and fenders.