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1,342 Convertible Coupes were made in 1946 with a price of $2,556, and the following year the factory was better suited for demand, so 6,755 cars were made for $2,902 USD.
In 1947 Cadillac slightly upgraded their model year that included a new 5-bar front grill and numerous trim differences.
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In 1947 Cadillac also offered optional fog lights built into the grill and Sombrero wheel covers. In 1947 Cadillac slightly upgraded their model year that included a new 5-bar front grill and numerous trim differences.
In 1946, Cadillac was finished with war-time production and began selling motor cars with a great demand and short supply.
Specifications Full list of technical specs
|Type of car||Production car|
|Highest auction price||$77k, January 2013|
suspension, wheels & brakes
power & handling
|Power-to-weight ratio||29.83 lb/hp|
|Maximum hp||150 HP @ 3,400 RPM|
|Steering system||Rack and pinion|
|Bore/stroke||3.5 in / 4.5 in|
|Curb weight||4,475 lb|
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