Cars of the GM Heritage Center: An Insider’s Look

© 2015 General Motors LLC. Used with permission, GM Media Archive.© 2015 General Motors LLC. Used with permission, GM Media Archive.
1937 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75
This Fleetwood is powered by a 346 cubic-inch 135-horsepower V8 engine. Engine improvements for the 1937 model include an automatic electric choke and a lighter-weight flywheel. The model sold slightly above 4,200 units, with total Fleetwood production coming in at just over 14,160 cars. Base price for a Fleetwood Series 75 in 1937 was $2,645 — a considerable amount, at a time when a loaf of bread or a box of cereal were less than 10 cents.

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5 thoughts on “Cars of the GM Heritage Center: An Insider’s Look

  1. Great rendition — especially of the Cadillacs. When will we ever see another Cadillac to rival those shown here? We need a new icon without worrying about fuel efficiency and “organic” greenness.

  2. A bright red Cadillac convertible was my ideal car when I was a kid and it still is. They don’t make such gorgeous cars any longer.

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