Originally Posted by bocabenz
Thank you for all the suggestions. I had it on Auto Trader for a few months with no results. But I'll try some of these other avenues.
Shane, you asked about the car... the car's completely original- not restored with 30,000 miles and still runs. I have details, specs, and photos on my website. http://www.1on1concepts.com/62
Actually, if you don't mind me asking- what exactly is this car? Some people tell me it's just called a Coupe, others say it's a LaSalle and I really don't know what to call it.
Again, thank you very much.
Wow, that is a really nice Series 62, two door cadillac. That car is called a Series 62, which was the entry level cadillac. Cadillacs used to go by wheelbase size, and Series 62 was one of the names used in the even older days that still carried forward at this time. Notice the car has no power windows, seat, autronic eye, or door locks which was much more common place on the Coupe DeVille, which at this time was an interior trim option.
I see it has been (presumably) repainted, an aftermarket air conditioning system added, and protective vinyl molding added down each side. It obviously is a 30k mile car, which helps it greatly, as does the color combo and the condition. What hurts is that it is a Series 62 with few options and that drives cadillac collectors crazy. In cadillacs the more options the more rare it and desirable it is. Kinda like the muscle cars with the ultra rare, high horse engine options. The vinyl molding down the sides that was added, presumably after the repaint, hurts as well, as if it is removed, which it would have to be for any serious cadillac collector, the paint underneath will be discolored, not just from sun, but from the chemicals used in two sided tape.
I will ask around my car buddies to see if any of them would like this car. Do you have any pics of the engine bay, underneath, or trunk? That would help too, and it is a great old cadillac, one of the best series 62 I have ever seen. If you have any more questions please feel free to call me at 214 415 7373 or E Mail me at email@example.com
Do you have an idea what you might really want for the car?