1963 CADILLAC IN SCARFACE

1963 CADILLAC IN SCARFACE

The Cadillac was redesigned in 1961, along with a new grille. The rear lights have been replaced with eye-tight, elastic front and rear coil springs, the problem air suspension system has been replaced. The four barrel induction systems were the only power option and the double exhaust was no longer available. A thicker horizontal center bar and a smoother grid with a more precise cross-scan tip emerged. For 1961, the front corners of the front wheel bodies were now replaced with standard corner lights with threaded chrome-plated panels, and the front fender model removed the identification badges. Larger front bumper inserts appeared and contained rectangular parking lamps. The tail lights in the rear were centered with a vertical crown with an angled hill. Short deck hardtop Town Sedan moved from the 6300 Series to the Series 6200 and took its place in a short Sedan de Ville in the 6300 Series. Also all short-deck Cadillac models came out of 6-window sedans for 1961. Although the 4-window sedan of Sedan de Ville sold less for 1962 and 1963, the Sedan sold only 4,900 in 1963's. The standard equipment included all the equipment from last year, as well as the remote controlled rear view mirrors, five tires, heater and defroster, front bend lamps. Cadillac developed driving and silence with more insulation behind the floor and the security wall.

In general, the 1963 Cadillac was the same as last year's model, but with external changes it has gained a bolder and longer look. Hoods and deck hatches have been redesigned. The front fenders were cut forward to provide a bottom profile of the tail wings, while the forward fenders advanced 4,625 forward in 1962. The side bodies were completely removed from the center. The light-V radiator grille has been left for a longer time. Smaller circular front parking lamps were installed with this extension. With a total of 143 options including leather or nylon upholstery fabrics, wooden linings on the door and backrests, they all broke the record. The engine was completely changed, but the engine's position remained the same.

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