OK, this is rough number based on the Cadillac Club, but it doesn't include other clubs or lone wolves.
1963 we have 8 convertibles, 2 Fleetwood's, 1 series 75, 3 coupes and 7 sedans. (21)
1964 we have 5 convertibles, 3 Fleetwood's, 1 hearse, 1 flower car, 7 coupes, and 2 sedans. (19)
Interesting, Curly, Moe and Larry on here are the Fleetwood owners. Above and beyond what is listed above, from the cars I've seen personally, there would be another 10 easy, maybe up to 20 or more, of various body styles in the 63/64 years.
At an educated guess, maybe 50 to 80 in total, but there is no way to be dead accurate.
Hey Tony, it looks like the ol convertibles are a dime a dozen.... LOL
Helluva lot more than I thought. Curly has been replaced by Shemp!
You are very right more convertibles than all others
Obviously the most popular model --of all the Cadillac models available geared for the outdoor athletic sporty individual in the crowd --LOL !!
Do not forget the top of the line Eldo's are all converts
I would have to saw off the roof on the first nice day ---PMSL !!!
See what i leaned from you Mate --PMSL --LOL !
The number of Cadillacs in our years in your country is so very much more than i would have ever imagined
Glad i asked
You guy have good taste in cars over there it appears !
Many more CLASSY GUYS than i would have though --LOL !
there was a least one Eldo in the bunch. when I referred to coupes and sedans, that was the base series 62 and De Villes combined, same as i did for the people who couldn't stump up for the cost of a steel roof and settled on a bit boat upholstery for a roof as a cheap option. LOL PMSL