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The Cadillac Series 62 was in production from 1941 until 1964. It was considered a midsize luxury car during that time, although it's quite large by modern standards. It replaced the Cadillac Series 70 in the Caddy line-up.
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The first 62 was made in 1941 and used the Fisher body. It came as a club coupe, sedan, and convertible. It had a 135 hp L-head V8. The 1942 version had 150 horsepower. Production was halted during the war, but the car made its return in 1946 with the GM C-body platform and many of the same internal parts as before. It was the first Cadillac made after the war, with production beginning just a couple months after the last tanks left the factory line. By 1948 the car was nearly identical to the Series 60 line. The only thing that made the 62 different was the fact that it came as a convertible. A new OHV V8 engine came in 1949 producing 160 hp. The car was redesigned in 1954 and again in 1957, with the name finally changed to Series 6200 in 1959. It was renamed the Cadillac Calais in 1965. A used Series 62 can be easily found on the classic car market, especially on eBay.
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