Annapolis Classic Cars brings the history of 1954 Cadillacs into today with an available collection of rare Cadillac parts, project examples, and finished models. We hear the phrase “redesigned” loosely thrown around by auto manufacturers far and wide—but 1954 Cadillacs live up to the notion of a redesign with their countless aesthetic alterations.

Take a look at any 1954 Cadillac model, and you’ll find significant changes like:

  • A lower body placement
  • A slimmer body profile
  • A dynamic cellular grille insert
  • Gullwing-style front bumpers

This description of 1954 Cadillacs is hardly the complete picture. Let’s launch a closer look at what distinguishes each 1954 Cadillac model from its lineup’s previous and subsequent years so we can appreciate what makes these vehicles so unique. You can use our site’s email form to get in touch with us afterward regarding any 1954 Cadillac parts or vehicle inquiries that you might have.

1954 Cadillac Series 62 Models

The Cadillac Series 62 was no stranger to the streets by the time 1954 hit. 1940 marked the introduction of the Series 62—a model that would primarily serve as the entry-level Cadillac during its 24-year run.

1954 Series 62’s were offered in various 2-door and 4-door body styles with names that might ring familiar. The 1954 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, Sedan DeVille, and Sedan trims fell under the Series 62 model category.

One of the Series 62’s most noteworthy features was its longer, newly available wheelbase that spanned 129 inches. 1954 Cadillac emblems and v-shaped ornaments supplied the Series 62 with part of their classic flair, while bright metal lower edge sill molding trim graced the entire length of the car’s body. This 1954 Cadillac contained a two-tone steering wheel that seamlessly blended with the rest of the vehicle’s commanding appearance.

You might’ve recognized that 1954 Cadillac Eldorados used the Series 62 convertible’s body while implementing new exterior trim elements and a more sophisticated cabin. You can’t go wrong with the Eldorado when you’re seeking a luxury-driven 1954 Cadillac interior.

1954 Cadillac Series 60S Fleetwood

Do you love the 1954 Cadillac Series 62—but wish the wheelbase was longer?

You’re in luck. The 1954 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 60S is practically the same as its Series 62 Counterpart, but with a wheelbase that’s 133-inches instead of 129-inches.

1954 Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwood

Is the 1954 Cadillac Series 60S Fleetwood’s wheelbase still not long enough for you? Cadillac’s 1954 Series 75 Fleetwood features a wheelbase that’s 149.8-inches. There’s plenty of headroom to compliment the 1954 Series 75 Fleetwood’s extensive length that seats up to eight passengers.

Bring 1954 Cadillac Design into Your Modern Drives

The most exciting part of 1954 Cadillacs is that you can bring one into your collection.

Is your vintage DIY car project in need of a 1954 Cadillac fuel pump or sleek 1954 Cadillac tail lights? Perhaps you’re in the market for a 1954 Cadillac project or finished car.

Whatever your 1954 Cadillac needs are—Annapolis Classic Cars is here to help you find a solution.

Call Marc at 301-672-1000 or fill out Annapolis Classic Cars’ email form to take your first and last step toward fulfilling your 1954 Cadillac search objectives.