Hi-Res Scans of 1964 Cadillac Salesman Pages - Floor Mats & Seat Cushions

Here are the hi-res scan of the 1964 Cadillac Salesman Pages for rubber floor mats and seat cushion covers which were featured in our "Looking Back" section of the Feburary 2021 1963/64 Cadillac Newsletter. Look for more original literature in future newsletters.

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I had those white Cadillac  issue floor mats in my 1962 Black exterior  convertible  Cadillac with a natural leather  interior  with optional AC that was the beginning of my passion for early 60’s Cadillacs that me and my Dad never got over 

The interior of the car always felt super clean as long as the mats were and they were cleaned weekly back then 

That 62  of mine was the result of my Dad forming a collection of  7 early 60’s convertibles and CDV’s that were restored and all turn key ready to go at a moments notice 

My Dad owned a number of Cadillacs ( 2 1952 CDV’s and a 55 convertible ) over the years before he collected the 60’s Cadillacs 

He gave me the 64 convertible from his collection I now have for over 40 years when he decided to down size as he was setting up to retire and play golf 

He asked me which one of his Cadillacs I would like to have 

I told him I wanted the blue 64 convert as I was standing next to him when he bought the car off the showroom floor and me a 1963 Chevy Super Sport  409  425 Hp 4 speed that i broke the local track record in Super Stock and held it for 4 years 

I was 21 years old on one of the best days of my life when those two cars came into the family 

Dads passion for  his cars  and speed are in our  families genes - truly one of the — True Car Guys !

He had 4 XK 120 open cab Jaguars over a period of time in the 50’s as they were the fastest cars around in there time and there look is legendary 

The apple does not fall far from the tree they tell me 

Enjoy 

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