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1963 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

Model Year History Overview:

Cadillac styling in 1963 was generally a departure from recent styling traditions.  The fins were still there, but lower than ever.  New body panels and side moldings created a more slab-sided look.  The rear end is more massive, with elongated vertical taillight housing.  In 1963 Cadillac was an excellent buy for the money.  Standard equipment included Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, heater, remote-control outside mirror and back-up lights. The series cost as little as $5,590.00

Total 1963 Cadillac Production:  164,174
Model 62 Series Production:   17,600
Originally Sold To: NA
Shipped to: N/A
MSRP:  $5,590.00
Dealer Invoice: N/A

Stock Number: C – 15

1963 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible

VIN Number:  63F136360
Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Assembly Plant:  N/A
Exterior Color: Red Metallic
Convertible Top:  White Vinyl
Interior Trim:  White Vinyl Seats with Dark Red Carpet
Engine:     390 CID Cadillac OHV V-8  /  4-Barrel Carburetor  325 Horsepower / Bore/Stroke:  4.00” x 3.88”
Transmission:  Hydra-Matic
Equipment:

  • AM/FM Push Button Radio
  • Air Conditioning
  • Power Steering and Brakes
  • Power Seat
  • Power Top
  • Power Antenna
  • Guide Auto Headlight Dimmer
  • Cruise Control
  • Dual Outside Mirrors
  • Seat Belts
  • Full Wheel Covers with Wide Whitewall Tires

Stock Number C 15

Wheelbase:  129.5 inches
Weight:  4,545 LBS
Length:  223.0”
Width: 79.7”

Height:  55.6”

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