Cadillac Model 30
A car produced by Cadillac. Introduced in 1908 in three body styles at a cost of $1,400. Total production of 66,944 cars, of which 17,284 were model year 1913. Production ended with the 1914 model year, at which time there were seven body styles available.
Cadillac was awarded the Royal Automobile Club's Dewar Trophy in 1913 for this car's complete electrical system including electric self-starter, features that were added for model year 1912.
|Price||$1,975 - $3,250|
|Engine Displacement||365.8 cu. in.|
|Transmission||Three speed w/ reverse, sliding gear|
|Cadillac Collection||13||1913 Model 30|
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