Style 7529 – 5 Place Convertible Sedan
The Series 75 incorporates the 346 V-8 engine with hydraulic valves and produces approximately 135 horsepower transmitted through a 3-speed synchromesh transmission. The package weighs in at about 4,980 pounds. There were a total of 14 variations in body styles but only 53 were produced with this model 7529 V-16 interior and the limo style roll-up divider window.
Harley Earl was in charge of the design studio and this series incorporated the die-cast egg crate grill, along with the side louvers, dual covered side mounts and built-in trunk. These features along with the convertible top make this a most unique and fashionable automobile of America’s Pre-war era.
The restoration is approximately ten years old and included all systems, plus the recommissioning that was just recently completed should provide a wonderful experience for the new owner.