1947 Cadillac 6207 Club Coupe

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1947 Cadillac 6207 Club Coupe

Postby AntarcticDave » Sat Nov 17, 2007 4:41 pm

Here's my 47 Cadillac. I've been restoring her for 6 years, after picking her up on Ebay from someone in Pennsylvania. She made a 610 mile trip through 5 mountain passes this summer, so I'm starting to feel I can trust her. :-) She looks good when she's parked outside my 1949 MCM home.


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Postby SDR » Fri Nov 23, 2007 10:11 pm

Well, she's beautiful. Great color. What's the mileage ? That CAN"t be the original upholstery (unless hidden for life under a cover). . .!

Doncha love how vertical the steering column is ? That beautiful Caddy wheel -- ivory plastic pointy shift and signal. Printed wood steel dash ? Postwar glama.

Baby oh baby. Bender and I are envious.

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Postby SDR » Mon Jan 28, 2008 1:30 pm

Here's a car I saw perhaps 15 years ago. Could this be a '47 also ?

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