Stylingchanges on the long-wheelbase series also conformed to the theme for the year with the Golden Anniversary aspect highlighted. Equipment features were the same as before and no business sedans were built.
I. D. NUMBERS
Serial numbers and engine numbers were again one and the same.
They appeared on the right-hand side of the crankcase above the water pump and on the right frame side bar behind the engine support.
The first two symbols were ’52- or 1952.
The next two symbols indicated the series as follows: ’62’, ’60S’ or ’75’.
The remaining digits represented the consecutive unit number and began with 00000 for all series.
All series had the same ending number, which would be misinterpreted if listed.
NOTE: The commercial chassis was built off a 3988mm wheelbase and was provided to makers of professional vehicles for construction of funeral cars, ambulances, etc.
V-8 Overhead valves.
Cast iron block.
Bore and stroke
96.8mm x 92.1mm
190 @ 4000 rpm
142 kW @ 4000 rpm
Five main bearings.
Hydraulic valve lifters.
Carter WFCB four-barrel Model 896S – also – Rochester 4GC four-barrel 7004500.
8.20 x 15
Rear axle ratio
Hydra-Matic drive on Series 75
Heater and blower
Pushbutton radio and rear speaker
Signal-seeking radio and rear speaker
Autronic Eye headlight beam control
White sidewall tires Series 62 and 60S
Automatic window regulators
Wheel trim rings
Cadillac had the most powerful car in the American industry this year.
Charles E. Arnold was chief engineer
The 1,300,000th Cadillac of all time was built.
Military orders for T41El Walker Bulldog tanks and T41 twin 40-mm gun motor carriages were secured by the Division this year as part of the Korean war buildup.
Hydraulically controlled power seats were standard on Coupe DeVille.