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CADILLAC SERIES 75 LASALLE COUPE 1936

The Cadillac series 36-60, a new model for 1936 was more than a LaSalle, but less than a full size Cadillac.
It had the same concept as the LaSalle, but with the Cadillac name.
It was smaller, shorter, lighter, less powerful, less expensive, but with full Cadillac quality.
It was also limited to three body styles, by Fisher.
The Convertible Coupe had a rumble seat, but the closed Coupe had only a small folding seat inside for an extra passenger.
Both these body styles had a single fenderwell on the side opposite the driver.
The Vee windshield, grill and fender treatment were the same as on the larger V-8’s.
The engine was the same new engine as in the Fleetwood bodies V-8’s, but with a 9.5mm smaller bore.
The transmission was the smaller unit, similar to that in the LaSalle.
Many dimensions were less than on the larger V-8’s, to fit the concept of a lower priced, less pretentious, but equally high-quality product.

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