This 1937 Cadillac Model 7509F formal sedan is one of only three such vehicles registered with the CCCA and has been recognized as a CCCA Full Classics® car. It features a special-order Fleetwood body and is the only known model with Landau irons. According to the consignor, it underwent a frame-on restoration several years ago and remains in overall very good condition. The interior is new and replicates the original style and pattern, featuring leather upholstery in the front and cloth in the rear compartment. The mechanics were overhauled and all the instruments work well; the odometer indicates 92,000 miles. On the exterior, this Cadillac has driving lights, fender lights that act as turn signals, two Cadillac script mirrors, spare tire covers, and a trunk rack. The consignor stated that all the glass and chrome are in excellent condition, as are the wood garnish moldings. It has four new BFGoodrich wide whitewall tires and was repainted four years ago. The carburetor was recently rebuilt and the battery is new. Vehicle sold with a recent registration.