Harold Agresti's 1951 Cadillac

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The Cadillac as it sat when Harold owned it. Photo courtesy of Tom Watling.

1951 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe owned by Harold Agresti of Turlock, California. Harold's Cadillac was first restyled in the San Francisco Bay Area in about 1956/1957. When Harold bought it in 1958, it featured 1954 Cadillac hood, grille and bumpers. It was nosed, decked and shaved with solenoids operating the doors. The car had 2X4's, it was slightly lowered and painted a dark metallic maroon. Harold showed the car locally and also at the Sacramento Autorama in 1958 or 1959. In 1960 he sold the car, and it was in Turlock a couple more years before it was sold off to Arizona.[1]

Where is it Now?

Tom Watling of Turlock, California is currently looking for the whereabouts of harold's old Cadillac custom. If you have any additional information on the car, contact Kustomrama at mail@kustomrama.com.


  1. Tom Watling

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