Cadillac Showcased 2 Antique Cars in Peter Hay Petter Hill | Hay Hill is a car show involving almost all automotive brands in the world. On this occasion, the Cadillac as the luxury and leading automotive company show off the new car that is equipped with advanced features. In addition to the new car, Cadillac also showcased both antique cars that could be considered less behavior. The both cars are Roadster 5802 which was designed in 1934 and Phaeton 5859 which was designed in 1937. The both cars are car that is in the list of books the buyer where the buyer can choose the preferred model of the car and ordered it. But in that year, did not anyone want to order.
Finally, in the next decade, Fran Roxas decided to build the both car with sticking on the original blueprints that owned by Cadillac designer, John Hampshire. When these cars were built and showcased on Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and has won awards 'best-in-class'.
The car was eventually sold on the car auctions that took place not long ago. At the car auction, the Cadillac Phaeton 5859 is sold for $ 962,500 while the Cadillac Roadster 5802 is sold for $ 1,001,000.
The reason why the both cars is less in demand are:
- The price is high
- Buyer must order and pay first and then the buyer must wait 15 months before they get a car.
- The model is a fairly classic or antique
Although the car can be categorized vintage cars but now many vintage car collectors, so it is not surprising that in 2012 and the next will be more people who were booked into the 2nd car.