1940 Cadillac Sixty Special
In 1940, Cadillac slightly updated their whole line including the popular Sixty Special Sedan or Fleetwood Series 40-60S. It was one of Bill Mitchell’s masterworks that catapulted Cadillac sales from 1938-41.
Like the earlier cars, this car is distinguished by its lack of running boards, wider and lower overall body, thinner window pillars, and less overall chrome pieces and an integrated rear trunk.
Optional bodies included a Sedan Delivery and a Town Car. All were manufactured by Fleetwood.
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1940 Cadillac Sixty Special Sedan – sold for $22,000