Price and Production Totals by Year and Body Style

This listing includes the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price and Total Number Produced by Year and Body Style.

1963 Cadillac Body Styles M.S.R.P Produced
 6257 - 62 SERIES COUPE $5,026.00 16,786
6239 - 62 SERIES SEDAN (4 window) $5,214.00 16,980
6229 - 62 SERIES SEDAN (6 window) $5,214.00 12,929
6267 - 62 SERIES CONVERTIBLE $5,590.00 17,600
6357 - COUPE DEVILLE $5,386.00 31,749
6339 - SEDAN DEVILLE (4 window) $5,633.00 30,579
6329 - SEDAN DEVILLE (6 window) $5,633.00 15,146
6389 - SEDAN DEVILLE PARK AVENUE $5,633.00 1,575
6039 - FLEETWOOD 60 SPECIAL $6,366.00 14,000
6723 - FLEETWOOD 75 SEDAN $9,724.00 680
6733 - FLEETWOOD 75 LIMO $9,939.00 795
Chassis Only N/A 3


1964 Cadillac Body Styles M.S.R.P Produced
 6257 - 62 SERIES COUPE $5,048.00 12,166
6239 - 62 SERIES SEDAN (4 window) $5,236.00 13,670
6229 - 62 SERIES SEDAN (6 window) $5,236.00 9,243
6267 - DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE $5,612.00 17,900
6357 - COUPE DEVILLE $5,408.00 38,195
6339 - SEDAN DEVILLE (4 window) $5,655.00 39,674
6329 - SEDAN DEVILLE (6 window) $5,655.00 14,627
6367 - ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE $6,630.00 1,870
6039 - FLEETWOOD 60 SPECIAL $6,388.00 14,550
6723 - FLEETWOOD 75 SEDAN $9,746.00 617
6733 - FLEETWOOD 75 LIMO $9,960.00 808


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I just wanted to say a thank you to Kurt for steering me to the tech tips page on V.I.N. locations.  Excellent information.  Thanks a bundle.

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