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1953 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe DeVille Restomod

  • A unique blend of old-school styling with modern creature comforts
  • Equipped with Air Ride Technologies suspension and Vintage Air
  • 383-cubic-inch Chevy V-8 engine paired with a 3.08 rear end
  • Equipped with power steering, power windows, and power seats

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During the early 1950s, America was still in those heady post-war years, where the world looked upon the USA as the world leader in many facets of life. Trends were being established all over the country, but in the automotive industry, Detroit could do no wrong and when it came to luxury motoring no one could hold a candle to the design, engineering and performance capabilities presented by Cadillac. For 1953, Cadillac was on top of its game with a dazzling display of fine cars that showed the world just how gorgeous a car could be. Offering no less than eight different models, buyers could choose from a luxury sedan to a sporty convertible, but all had one thing in common; extravagance beyond compare and a multitude of options that explored the absolute pinnacle of comfort in a way that no other car could. Offering several trim levels for this year, most Cadillac buyers in 1953 aimed their sights at the Series 62. That year experienced a mild update in styling which consisted of a new grille design paired with a heavier chrome front bumper and repositioning of the enlarged parking lights to below the headlights.

A unique blend of old-school styling with modern performance and technology, this 1953 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe DeVille Restomod is the best of both worlds and is the ultimate cruiser. Maintaining most of the originality of the Series 62 Coupe DeVille body, it has been tastefully upgraded with a 1967 GTO 3.08 rear end, 1979 Mustang rack and pinion steering, a Magnaflow performance exhaust system, Painless wiring harness, a rear four-bar suspension system and, to top it off, a chrome dressed 383-cubic-inch Chevy V-8 engine was placed under the hood. Furthering its fun and stance when desired, this Series 62 is equipped with an Air Ride Technologies Ride Pro air suspension kit, with the controls placed in the cabin and the tank and motor discreetly concealed in the trunk.

The interior has also been upgraded to satisfy one’s creature comfort needs while driving or riding. The first thing you notice when getting into the cabin is the custom black faux leather bucket seats in the front that are divided by a custom center console that contains the automatic shifter. The dash is inlaid with attractive faux wood grain and the gauges have been upgraded with an industry-leading Dakota Digital dash unit. Other interior amenities that delight the driver and passengers are a modern Kenwood stereo system, power windows, power seats, power steering, and the most important of them all, Vintage Air.

The 1953 Cadillac Coupe DeVille featured a distinctive and elegant design that reflected the automotive styling trends of the era. With a low and unforgettable wide stance, it had a streamlined body accentuating its long and sweeping lines. Upgraded with everything one would want on an old school restomod, this ’53 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe DeVille is sure to impress onlookers at shows and gatherings and provide absolute enjoyment on the road.

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