While Cadillac marketed a full model range, the Five-Passenger Phaeton remains a favorite of enthusiasts to this day. This fully restored example earned
National First Place honors at the New England Region Cadillac-LaSalle show, held in in 2008. It is very nicely finished in blue with black fenders and a black radiator shell, complete with a beautifully fitted black folding top, nickel-plated brass components, rear-mounted spare tires and artillery wheels with whitewall tires. The interior is trimmed with button-tufted black leather upholstery. The car has been sorted and tested, making it a proven and reliable tour car. Offered in show-winning condition, this is certainly a wonderful example of refined Nickel Era Luxury. Portsmouth, Rhode Island
40/50bhp, 365.8 cu. in. vertical inline L-head four-cylinder engine with float feed carburetor, three-speed selective sliding gear manual transmission, solid front axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, full floating rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, and rear-wheel mechanical brakes. Wheelbase: 120"
Priced at less than the cost of restoration: $115,000.