CPR’s 1959 Cadillac Restoration Project Wins Again
When it comes to classic cars and their restoration, nothing drives decision-making more than sentimental value and Cadillac Parts & Restoration’s (CPR) 1959 Cadillac restoration project is a perfect example.
Passed on from father to son, this collectible car with its iconic tail fins was meticulously maintained by its original owner and that care continued on when his son took possession. In fact the car survived almost 60 years and when it arrived at CPR only partial restoration was necessary.
New paint and interior, engine compartment restoration and other work was performed and when this 1959 Cadillac restoration project was completed, she was a stunner that turned heads everywhere it went.
Among its stops were prestigious classic car shows including those held by the Antique Automobile Club of America and the Cadillac & LaSalle Club as well as numerous concours level events.
Judging at the above-listed events is extensive but none are as stringent as the inspection performed by the expert judges of the Cadillac LaSalle Club at their annual Grand National Meet. This year’s event was held in McLean, VA and attracted Cadillac owners and their cars from around North America.
This is the premier classic Cadillac event in the world and for Cadillac restoration providers, it is the testing ground for their work. As usual, Cadillac Parts & Restoration
was there with a large contingent of their restored Cadillacs. Among them was this white 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville and, throughout the day of show, it attracted large crowds of admirers.
Following the show day on Saturday and when the judging is completed and scores totaled, owners and attendees sit down for a week-ending awards banquet celebrating the event. However, the highlight of the banquet for most is the presentation of awards. Among the award recipients was the proud owner of the PR-restored 1959 Cadillac that was recognized with the distinguished “Senior” award designation in its class.
It’s mostly outstanding original Cadillacs and full restoration projects that earn enough points for “Senior” status and it’s a testimony to both the lifelong care provided and the restoration skills of the CPR team that this car earned such esteemed status.
The Cadillac Restoration Specialists
CPR has a long history of success at the Cadillac & LaSalle Club Grand National Meet and those interested can visit their website to view some of their completed classic Cadillac restoration projects.
Cadillac Parts & Restoration is located in New York State’s historic Hudson Valley. It’s Poughkeepsie location is convenient to road and rail travel from New York City and points south as well as New England and points north. Cadillac owners considering either a full or a partial restoration should call them at (845) 462-5959.