1955 Cadillacs maintain many design elements of their 1954 predecessors—but differentiate themselves with numerous refinements like grilles with wider blade spacing and parking lamps placed directly under the car’s headlights. The entire 1955 Cadillac line utilized tubeless tires—a tire variety known to provide better traction at a lower inflation rate.
Separate noteworthy 1955 Cadillac hallmarks include:
- A 12-volt electrical system
- Wheel discs
- Knee-action front suspension
- Push-button automatic windshield wipers
- —and more.
Marc Tuwiner keeps the suave stylings of 1955 Cadillacs alive and well with a collection of 1955 Cadillac parts, project models, and finished examples. If you need 1955 Cadillac parts or are searching for a 1955 Cadillac model for sale, you can contact Marc directly at 301-672-1000 or fill out Annapolis Classic Car’s email form to get in touch.
Annapolis Classic Cars’ inventory is constantly shifting—but our ability to successfully meet your 1955 Cadillac needs remains the same.
Are you curious to learn what each 1955 Cadillac model has in store? Keep reading below to find out.
1955 Cadillac Series 62 Eldorado and Series 62
Sporty with high levels of elegance, the 1955 Cadillac Eldorado (Series 62) stepped into prominence with its unique body that framed impressive levels of mid-1950s driving performance.
The 1955 Cadillac Eldorado Sport was a significant step forward in automotive design with its open-top configuration that hosted thrilling 270 horsepower V8 drives. New rear styling elements within the 1955 Eldorado like high, slim pointed tail fins signaled premiere luxury while eliminated Fender skirts showcased show-stopping Sabre-spoke wheels.
These authoritative and innovative exterior and mechanical updates catapulted the 1955 Cadillac Eldorado into a league of its own that culminated in high-production rates and equally high public sales.
1955 Series 62
Take a look at the 1955 Cadillac Series 62, and you’ll find body rub-rail moldings that formed a visually compelling right angle with the car’s rear door vertical trim. Chrome moldings flanked the rear license plate, while deck lid decorations included a classic 1955 Cadillac emblem and a V-shaped ornament. 1955 Cadillac Series 60S Fleetwood
The 1955 Cadillac Series 60S Fleetwood exists within the fifth generation of the coveted Series 60 line. You can drive a 1955 Cadillac Series 60S Fleetwood with pride, thanks to the sophisticated “Fleetwood” script that sits on the car’s rear deck.
This vehicle’s unique 1955 Cadillac interior was characterized by “glamour” upholstery mirroring the Metallic thread fabric with genuine leather trim that was found in the 1955 Cadillac Coupe DeVille Series 62. 1955 Series 60S Fleetwoods came in a four-door sedan configuration that seated six and contained an engine that registered 250 horsepower @ 4600 rpm.
1955 Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwood
You’ll be wise to go with a Series 75 Fleetwood when looking for a 1955 Cadillac that contains distinctive trim. This Cadillac features horizontal rub moldings that begin at the car’s front parking light and run until the trailing edge of the vehicle’s front doors. Similar to the 1955 Cadillac Series 60S Fleetwood, the 1955 Cadillac Fleetwood (Series 75) contained a “Fleetwood” script on its decklid.
Make an Automotive Statement with a 1955 Cadillac
Are you seeking a 1955 Cadillac fuel pump, a 1955 Cadillac steering wheel, or 1955 Cadillac tail lights?
Marc Tuwiner of Annapolis Classic Cars brings 1955 Cadillacs into today with a rare collection of 1955 Cadillac parts. You can give Marc a call at 301-672-1000 or fill out Annapolis Classic Cars’ email form to fulfill your 1955 Cadillac parts need and inquire about our available 1955 Cadillac models.