1956 Cadillac Series 62

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The cost of chromium during the 1950s must have been really inexpensive. This 1956 Cadillac Series 62 two door sedan is verification. Cadillac in 1956, updated the same basic car it introduced in 1954 but used a lot of chrome in the grill and elsewhere. I found this car last week in lower Pacific Heights in San Francisco.

At his point in time (1956) Cadillac was selling a great deal of cars to the luxury audience.

Despite an all-new ’56 Lincoln and revitalized ’57 Imperial, Cadillac remained America’s luxury sales leader by far. Combined Lincoln/Imperial volume never exceeded 40,000 cars a year in this era; at Cadillac, that was good quarterly output.

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© Fred Winograd copyright 2010

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