Ref # 459
1930 Cadillac Series 353 Rumble Seat Convertible Coupe

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CHASSIS NO: 509146

• From the personal collection of Richard Rawlings
• Formerly of the Central Texas Museum of Automotive History
• Body by Fisher Coach No. 30168
• Nicely optioned Cadillac V-8


This is Richard Rawlings personal car acquired from the Central Texas Museum of Automotive History.

This exemplary Cadillac features Body by Fisher Coach No. 30168 Convertible Coupe. Powered by a 353 cubic-inch D 96 HP V-8 engine, it’s backed by a three-speed synchromesh transmission with floor-mounted shifter. Presented in black with green pinstriping, the car is equipped with a rumble seat with passenger armrests, a golf-club door, chrome grille guard, rear-mounted luggage rack, 'Flying Lady' radiator mascot, dual side-mounted spare tires and a tan convertible top. Inside, passengers will enjoy resplendent surrounds with a unique green leather upholstery, excellent brightwork and detailed wood surfaces. The Cadillac rolls on wide whitewall tires wrapping green-painted wire wheels with chrome trim rings and center caps. Cadillac during the era represented the finest in motoring with a fine blend of performance and luxury. This example harkens back to that era in the style of a V-8 rumble seat convertible coupe.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to acquire a truly exquisite example of automotive history.