You are looking at a very solid ’58 Cadillac extended deck sedan. I bought this car with the intention of doing some mechanical work on it and driving the car until I could paint it. Unfortunately, I never got around to working on the car and now I am moving. I have had the engine running off a gas can. There is not a gas tank in the car now, but is included in the sale. The body of this car is amazing rust free and is in it’s original paint! I did take the rust free front fenders and hood to use on my ’58 convertible project. The white front fenders and hood are off the convertible. The fenders have the typical rust in the bottom behind the front wheel. The hood is rusted underneath and should probably be replaced. The interior of this Cadillac is very useable as-is. It has some staining and could use some cleaning. The car has the very rare power vent window option. The pot metal chrome is mostly very nice and the stainless pieces are excellent. The exhaust is in good condition with no rust holes. The rear bumper has rust pitting so I painted it silver to keep it from rust pitting further.
Overall, this is an easy project car that you will not spend a fortune on doing body work. I
Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States