Evaluation: Rebodied from the front doors back during restoration. Good paint, interior and top. Orderly engine compartment and chassis with road use. Good nickel brightwork. Not a concours restoration but more than good enough to tour proudly.
Bottom Line: Compare this with the unrestored 1913 Cadillac Model 30 sold earlier the same day for $41,250 and the appeal and honesty of the earlier car becomes apparent. Only minimal excuses are needed for this Model 30’s rebuilt body and it is full value for the money here.