1938 Cadillac V16 Sedan
There's nothing better than an old classic Cadillac ...
On a recent visit to Allen Unique Autos in
I wanted to spend more time admiring and inspecting the 1938 Cadillac V16, the first car in the show room. Ahhhh ...
to take this baby for a ride on the roads! :)
Everything sharp and shiny on the front of this 1938 Cadillac.
Photos and video by Steve Garufi in Fruita, Colorado.
Click any image to view it at a larger size.
The front end of the car.
1938. I thought about
my Dad, who was born in that year. When he was alive,
I should have gotten a thorough report on all the cars he traveled in as a kid and young adult.
From a photography standpoint, the lighting was horrible in this section of the auto museum.
Here's the driver side. I love those suicide doors.
There's also a model car, 24:1 scale.
From what I've read, some of these cars were used as limousines. There is a wall that can be
put between the driver and passengers. And, of course, it is a convertible.
I always get a kick out of the elegant styling of Cadillacs. Even in 1938, they thought a clock would be a nice addition
for back seat passengers.
If you love old Cadillacs, I have other pages:
1941 Cadillac (video)
1953 Cadillac Fleetwood
1959 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham
1964 Cadillac (my car)
The steering wheel, dashboard and controls.
One more photo of this beauty.
Showing you the car by video.
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