1947 Cadillac Series 62 Touring Sedan (BLACK)


In the 1940s, Cadillacs were the preferred car of Bing Crosby, Howard Hughes, and President Truman. Back then, Cadillacs were for people who "were somebody." 

Furthermore, this 1947 Cadillac captures the essence of the “Golden Days of Hollywood” — the glamour, the elegance, and the extravagance! We handcrafted this car to deliver a “movie star experience,” worthy of transporting Grace Kelly or Cary Grant to their next red carpet event. In this Cadillac, YOU will feel like an A-list celeb!


We invite you to step back in time and experience the pinnacle of yesteryear in "Mable," our vintage, 1947 Cadillac Series 62 Touring Sedan. Mable is a formal sedan — complete with tuxedo black paint that shines like a mirror, and brilliant whitewall tires. She is classy, elegant, and looks like she just rolled off of the showroom floor! We believe that this particular Cadillac is the grandest, most luxurious classic sedan available for hire anywhere in Florida!

Mable is perfect for classically themed, luxury weddings at The Ringling Art Museum, The Ca' d'Zan, The Powell Crosley Estate, The Ritz Carlton Sarasota, Selby Gardens, and other fine, distinguished venues. This "retro luxe" sedan is still transporting the "somebodies" to life's most memorable occasions!

Mable is available exclusively for chauffeured trips in the Sarasota/Bradenton/Lakewood Ranch area

Mable’s features:

  • seats three passengers + driver

  • storage for one small luggage bag

  • air conditioner

  • bluetooth audio


  • $599 for the first hour, $149 each addl. hour

  • $1,249 day rate (up to 8 hrs), which is typically sufficient for the bride’s arrival, photos after the ceremony, and the couple’s getaway at the end of the evening

  • Includes 75 round trip miles, from our headquarters in Sarasota, Florida. Additional miles are $5 per mile

  • Driver gratuity is at your discretion. 20% is recommended for excellent service


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