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Real Wheels: 1937 Cadillac Series 65

August 23. 2013 12:28PM
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DELTA — Cadillac has stood for uncompromising performance, daring design and groundbreaking technology. The Cadillac Series 65 represented the company’s second entry into the mid-priced vehicle market for the 1937 model year. It was offered in only one body style, a five passenger touring sedan, built by Fisher. The car offered a longer, heavier car than the Series 60 at a price below the Fleetwood bodied Series 70. The car was designed for owners who demand more room than the conventional body type.

Duane McLaughlin, of Delta, brought his 1937 Cadillac Series 65 to The Real Wheels Cruise-In. He has owned it for eight years. He purchased the car from a man in Grand Rapids, Michigan. McLaughlin said they have been asked to have the car in several wedding parties. He said it is a great feeling to see how happy the bride and groom are while riding in the car. One bride told him she felt like a princess.

1937 Cadillac Series 65

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