Trivia Question 12 - What's Missing in the Rear Passenger Area of the Series 62 Coupes?

On the 1963 and 1964 Series 62 Coupes there is one thing in particular that is missing in the rear passenger area that is found in all the other body styles including the 1963 and 1964 Series 62 Sedans.

Hint: it is a very common item especially for 1963 and 1964.

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ps... I've got one of those brainy, over the top, head scratcher - trivia questions I might post tomorrow. It is so obvious we might have to get Tony in on it. 

Remember the Tire Trivia #11 when I asked what car spec was different between the Eldos with the standard 8.2 tires and the others with the 8.0 tires and we had 3 pages of guessing before Tony finally stepped up and uttered the famous line "raising the car a bit"! 

This is another one of those trivia question answers so obvious you might miss it!   Stay tuned.... 

Well Kevin, you do drive it on the wrong side of the road  : )

And upside down to you guys too. Lucky for us, the southern hemisphere has better gravity. :-)

That what you get --for buying the --cheepest 63-64 cadillac you could get ( economy model--right Kevin )
No cigar lighter in the back --what 's the difference --this guy is to cheep --to buy a good cigar anyways
Case Closed
All was figured in the plan by --Cadillac when designing --the cheep guys Cadillac rear interior ------LOL !!

It just not Right to be winning a cigar after --this trivia question --- just not right ---i tell ya !! ( playing with my tie knot )


Bring on --the winning Cigars --for the future trivia questions --yes !
I have A 64 convertible --WItH the CIGAR - standard stock cigarette lighter creature comfort installed in my luxury Ride ---LOL !!




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