RM Auction Hershey 2015: Results for Cadillac

Started by Eric DeVirgilis CLC# 8621, October 10, 2015, 01:26:11 PM

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Eric DeVirgilis CLC# 8621


Particularly noteworthy was the sale of a near pristine, highly original 1961 Series 62 Convertible with 15,000 miles for $71,500.

Very few 1961 Cadillac Convertibles bring anywhere near that kind money but this was obviously no ordinary 1961 Cadillac.

The 1959 Eldorado Biarritz did $187,000.

Hope Brian's buyer enjoys the car.  :)
A Cadillac Motorcar is a Possession for which there is no Acceptable Substitute

Mitchell CLC# 22427

1958 Eldorado Biarritz brought a solid $220,000
CLC #22427
M.  Terk
1941 6227D Coupe
1967 Eldorado
1939 75 Series Convertible Coupe (sold)
1958 Eldorado Biarritz  (sold )

Eric DeVirgilis CLC# 8621

...as did the '57.  ;)

*Sale prices include 10% buyer's premium.
A Cadillac Motorcar is a Possession for which there is no Acceptable Substitute


The car hammered at $170,000.
He also bought a 1930 V-16 Fleetwood bodied coupe.

Impressive first dive into classic car ownership.

Brian Rachlin
Huntingdon Valley, Pa
CLC # 22443
I prefer email's not PM's rachlin@comcast.net

1960 62 Series Conv with Factory Tri Power
1970 DeVille Conv
1970 Eldo
1970 Caribu (?) "The Cadmino"
1973 Eldorado Conv Pace Car
1976 Eldorado Conv
1980 Eldorado H & E Conv
1993 Allante with Hardtop (X2)
2008 DTS
2012 CTS Coupe
2017 XT
1956 Thunderbird
1966 Olds Toronado

Eric DeVirgilis CLC# 8621

Nothing like starting at the top.  8)  (not that I would know...)

A Cadillac Motorcar is a Possession for which there is no Acceptable Substitute

Chris Cummings

That V-16 coupe was rescued from the scrapper in 1959 after it ran in a demolition derby.  The teenager who did the rescue back then just passed away this past summer.  His dad had the welding concession at the racetrack outside Chicago, so he had access to the cars.  From time to time, he would snag one of the big classics before they were sent to be cut up after the demolition derby.  In those days people considered them big, goofy used cars.  He'd park the ones he grabbed on some land his father owned.  When his dad sold the property, the cars were sold.  This Cadillac eventually made its way to Sonny Elliott, protege of the famous "Cadillac Jim" Pearson.  Sonny restored the car and it took second in its class at Pebble Beach a couple of years ago.  Quite a comeback.

Chris Cummings