With suicide doors and an open top, this car is a lot of fun.
Introduced in January on 1932, the Cadillac 355B continued the tradition of the 355A and Series 353. Bodied by famed coachmaker Fisher, this 1932 Cadillac 355B is for sale, providing you with a highly presentable and period-correct classic. While your average passerby will be impressed by the timeless look of this car, more discerning observes will be impressed by the impeccable details found throughout. You have a chance to own this piece of automotive history, thanks to Classic Car Club of America (CCCA).
This Cadillac was stored for several years, but it’s obvious from the appearance of everything that was done with expert care. It went through a comprehensive restoration a while ago, and the car still shows extremely well. You’ll note the Maroon and Black body panels all have a good shine to them, as does the chrome. All the wheels are painted red with correct polished center caps. The seats, door cards, carpeting, and interior controls all show little to no wear. Even the convertible top is still in excellent condition.
In addition, this classic Cadillac 355B is ready to hit the road. The 355ci L-head V8 engine runs strong and smooth, pairing with a manual transmission for a fun, engaging driving experience. Put the top down and cruise along on a beautiful day, because this is the vehicle which will allow you to really enjoy cruising just about anywhere.
All those classic details are what really make this Cadillac amazing to see. Both fender-mounted spare tires are present, as well as correct whitewall tires. Six fender vents, V8 badging on the grille, and the Flying Lady hood ornament all add to the authentic richness.
No matter if you have a large or small collection, something like this 1932 Cadillac 355B would be a nice addition. CCCA has a wonderful selection of cars for sale, so even if this one isn’t quite what you’re looking for, you just might find something that’s your dream vehicle.
To inquire about purchasing this Cadillac, contact CCCA.