The Cadillac Series 61 replaced the Series 60/65 (except for the upscale Sixty Special) in Cadillac`s 1939 model range. It in turn was replaced by the Series 62 in 1940 only to return to production in model year 1941. Apart from model years 1943–1945 It remained in production through 1951. The Fisher-bodied Series 61 used a 126 in (3,200 mm) wheelbase. It was available as a club coupe or sedan.
The 1932 Fords were the founding fathers of the hot-rodding movement. They were modified in endless ways from mild to wild. This 2-door coupe is a unique build that takes the old-school, stripped-down aesthetic of the body and compliments it with a beautiful and plush interior that even has air conditioning! This is a '32 that you could comfortably drive every day. Or stay nice and cool