If you claim to be an Louis Vuitton fan then this unique custom 1962 Cadillac must definitely be parked in your garage. The car was custom made for an unnamed hip hop artist who for complicated reasons never took delivery of the car.
This delicious bronze 1962 Cadillac convertible, built by Detroit Customs projects, car features a custom interior in vinylized Egyptian cotton signed Louis Vuitton. Reportedly over $150,000 has already been poured into this unique one-off creation. 1962 Cadillac Louis Vuitton’ Custom Convertible have 390 cid V8 engine rated at 325 horsepower, three-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, live axle rear suspension with coil springs and four-wheel drum brakes.
The Custom Candy Tangerine BASF paint as well as all chrome and bright work are exceptional quality. Sound comes from a premium Powerbass 2X1 custom sound system with monitor GPS and DVD. Twenty-two inch DUB Tri-Star wheels wrapped in Toyo tires from Belle Tire sit proudly on all four corners.
Like every Louis Vuitton item, this 1962 Cadillac Custom Convertible too is another pricey affair flaunting a $79,900 price tag.