1936 Cadillac V12 Fleetwood 7 Passenger Formal Limousine

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Technical specifications

Type:Formal Limousine
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Transmission:3 Speed
Interior Color:Tan
Trim:Fleedwood Formal Limousine
Number of Cylinders:12
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Here we have a true barn find 1936 Cadillac V12 Fleetwood Formal Limousine. This Cadillac has always been here in Southern California, in fact the original build sheet, acquired from Allied-Vaughn, reveals the Cadillac, was built 10/10/35 and was sold new by Don Lee Cadillac in Los Angeles, which later became Hillcrest Cadillac. According to the build sheet, options include: a radio, a second clock on the rear tonneau, 2 ash trays and a special transmission. Also according to the build sheet the top was made of leather and was removed. Several years ago, around 2007, I replaced the radiator core with an original V Cell core. The Bendix brakes have been rebuilt. The fuel pump and carburetors have been rebuilt. The fuel tank was cleaned and sealed. I have a set of new head gaskets to install and one head stud needs to be replaced on the left bank. The engine starts up every time. I believe the mileage to be correct with only 34,000 miles. Has jump seats, divider window, and microphone. This is a classic car as designated by the Classic Car Club of America and in restored condition eligible for a Concours d' Elegance show like, Pebble Beach. However, some Concours show may adopt a Barn Find class some day. Who knows? No warranty expressed or implied. Clear California title. Payment due in 5 days. Sorry no Pay Pal on this item. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. Please note that I have this 1936 Cadillac advertised locally and I reserve the right to end the auction early. Call me if you have any questions M-F 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, 661-254-6188. Thank you. Good luck.
Please note: Ebay removed this listing today, February 22nd, because it was not listed on Ebay Motors. Sorry for the confusion to the bidders.

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