Lot #S210
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  • 1931 Cadillac Coach Sill Convertible Coupe, one of seven known to exist
  • Shipped October 30, 1930 and built specifically to be showcased in the Chicago Auto Salon
  • Chassis no. 7-2921
  • Engine no. 702807
  • Style no. 4235
  • Coachwork by Fleetwood
  • Known ownership history from new
  • Former owners include Pat Carr of Casper, Wyoming; Mr. Dolph of Goose Egg Springs, Wyoming; Oscar Annis of Alcova, Wyoming; Arvin Martensen of Loveland, Colorado; John Bergquist of Loveland, Colorado; Lawton Clark of Amarillo, Texas; Jim Pearson of Kansas City; Dick Gold of Minnesota, a past president of the Classic Car Club of America; and current owner George Ferrell of Loveland, Colorado
  • Meticulous multi-year nut-and-bolt restoration by Cadillac marque experts Jim Pearson and Sonny Elliot completed in 2019
  • Faithfully restored to Chicago Auto Salon form based on a Cadillac build sheet copy supplied by the GM Historical Services archive
  • Original 452/165 HP OHV V-16 engine
  • Dual Cadillac carburetors
  • 3-speed synchromesh manual transmission
  • Soissons Gray and Samaranda Gray two-tone finish with Vermillion pinstriping
  • Light Green canvas convertible top
  • Tan cloth interior within main cabin and leather rumble seat upholstery
  • Detailed undercarriage
  • Cadillac Heron hood ornament
  • V-16 grille badge
  • Pilot Ray lights that turn with the wheels
  • Chrome bumpers
  • Front and rear leaf spring suspension
  • 4-wheel drum brakes
  • Wire wheels with V-16 center caps
  • Wide Whitewall tires
  • Golf club compartment with proper 1930s era leather golf bag and wood-shaft clubs
  • Original unrestored Cadillac trunk included