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1938 Cadillac Series 60 - Classic car pictures
The Series 60 was only produced from 1936 until 1940, when it was replaced by the Series 61, but the name did live on in the Sixty Special that stayed in production until 1993.
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During the 1930's model names included the last two digits of the year, so a 1937 Cadillac Series 60 would be dubbed a 37-60. The 60 was based on the B-body platform, which was also used on cars made by Buick, Oldsmobile, and LaSalle. It was a mid-priced car that filled a gap between the high-end Cadillac Series 70 and the lower end LaSalle (which was not a Cadillac, but rather the entry-level cars made by General Motors at the time). The exterior was designed by legendary car designer Harley Earl. It had a Fisher Body turret top and Bendix dual-servo brakes. It had a Monobloc V8 which produced 125 hp. This engine was later upgraded to 130 horsepower. The car was sold as a 2-door club coupe and a 4-door sedan. It is rare to see one of these cars at a classic car show today, but they can be found on the market, especially with the help of eBay.
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