Kustomrama Styling Studio no. 3 - 1937 Cadillac
1937 Cadillac V16 Series 90 Fleetwood 2 Passenger Coupe designed by Janne Kutja of Tuusula, Finland. 47 of these Cadillacs were produced in 1937. It is unknown how much you would have to pay for a project car, but a restored 1937 Cadillac V16 Series 90 Fleetwood 2 Passenger Coupe sells for around $200,000, so chances are scarce you will ever see one customized like this in real life. Curious about how this prestigious automobile would look restyled, Janne designed one with a reworked and chopped roof. The roof on Janne's coupe features quarter glass windows and leaned A-pillars. The car was lowered for a proper stance and fit with fenderskirts. The trim on the front fenders were shaved along with the blinkers from the top of the fenders, doorhandles and gas cap on the rear fender. The headlights were dropped for better flow, while whitewall tires and stock flipper hubcaps wraps up the style. The result is a one of a kind custom I'm sure Clark Gable would have been proud to own and drive.
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