One of the finest Cadillac Town Cars in existence will make its way to Harrisburg for Mecum Auctions' July 24-27 auction.
The 1916 car won the Cadillac Club Grand National Best of Show award, People's Choice and First in Class in 1989 among other accolades, following a body-off restoration in 1988.
It is believed to be the only Healey bodied model for the year and has only travelled 21,000 miles. Appearing in Hemming Classic Car in April 2008, it is well-known to collectors and will surely draw crowds come sale day.
The remainder of the sale's highlights are dominated by American muscle, with a highly optioned 1968 Chevrolet Camaro RS Z28 expected to bring some huge bids.
The Rally Sport variant features 21 specially ordered options including original M21 transmission, original and very rare 4.56 gears, cowl plenum, power steering, power disc brakes, fiber optic light monitoring system, tinted glass, door edge guards and even deluxe seat belts.
Adding to its appeal is its superb restoration and documentation, with pictures and receipts accompanying the sale, as well as Camaro Hi-Peformance certification, two original broadcast sheets, original window sticker, original dealer invoice, original sales order, and the original "thank you" key chain from the dealer.
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