||This is about as straight a 1941 Cadillac that you could find. The former owner started to further restore it and took the car partially apart and basically stripped the body of its old paint. When we first saw the car, the fenders and all the chrome had been removed, and it appeared to have been already primered. Since that time the new owner painted under the fenders in gloss black, and painted the exterior of the body light gray on the bottom and darker gray on the top. Although this appears to have been the last color combination that the car had been painted, closer examination reveals it appears that originally it was painted a brighter metallic green. Since the interior is brown broadcloth, almost any color could be used. For protection, the seats have been covered with brown plastic and from what we can see without completely uncovering them, they appear to be in fairly nice original condition. The current paint job was done more for protection purposes than anything, and the new owner should consider redoing it someday. Although the former owner believed the car to be 100% complete, from what we can tell everything is there except the chrome pieces for the fenders and the radio. Naturally a complete itemized inventory may determine duplicate parts as well as some missing parts, but it appears to be a relatively complete car.
Although it is believed the 67,530 miles on the odometer are actual, due to the age of this vehicle, we are offering it as is where is with miles unknown. The dash has been removed and comes with the car. One important item that we must bring up regards the paper work. Although this comes with title, we cannot find the matching VIN number on the car. The new owner should have it inspected by your state so that all paperwork is in order in the future.