SIXTH GENERATION 1959 CADILLAC
1959 Model Cadillac; image, comfort and performance. The car with the structure that we can understand that it is Cadillac which we see with double tail structure is presented to the market as 2-door and 4-door versions as hardtop. In addition to its rugged appearance with the 325 HP engine, it is a classical car that remains in our minds with spectacular performance. With its powerful brakes, power steering, automatic transmission, wheel discs, windscreen wipers, rear-view mirrors and standard features of the oil filter, the 1959 Cadillac is one of the classic cars that amazes itself with its full-width grille and pointed front bumper.
HISTORY OF CADILLAC
The classic car, known as Cadillac 62, was first introduced to the market in 1940. Cadillac, consisting of 7 generations in total, is a model that has gained a reputation in the market from 1940 until 1964 and still can be reached today. Cadillac, a classic car from America, is still the subject of video games and movies, presenting the audience with the power and charm of the audience.
The car, with 4-speed and automatic transmission, was designed by Bill Mitchell and lasted for only two years between 1959 and 1960, the sixth-generation Cadillac has gone through a new design. In the seventh and last generation, the new features include the replacement of front and rear coil springs, repair of problematic air suspension, and double speed wipers. American classic car with 4 and 6 window design was made available to hold on the market with a longer and heavier image. Competing firms have adopted a minimalist design, whereas Cadillac has opted to go with a larger and rougher design. In 1964, the series ended in 1964 with the introduction of the latest model to the market, the removal of cabrio models with the preference of 340 HP motor power, the fully heated and updated air conditioning system, While improvements such as performance improvements, increased engine power seem to be a plus in sales figures, preferred strategies and sales made the Cadillac side not see the next drive. For this reason, the sixth generation vehicle, the 1959 model rather than the last generation Cadillac, is still preferred today.