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Once again Cadillac fielded six models:
- Model 37-60 (V-8 engine)
- Model 37-65 (V-8 engine)
- Model 37-70 (V-8 engine)
- Model 37-75 (V-8 engine)
- Model 37-85 (V-12 engine)
- Model 37-90 (V-16 engine)
- The series 37-60, 37-65, 37-70, 37-75 were all eight cylinder cars.
- The 37-85 was the same as the 37-75 except now it had twelve cylinders.
- The series 80 of 1936 was dropped this year.
- Also the 37-90 (with 16 cylinders) was essentially the same as the 36-90 of 1936.
- In fact, this was the last year for this overhead valve V-16 engine and body
with its 3912mm wheelbase.
- Next year, the sixteen cylinder power plant would be an L-head shoehorned
into the series 75 on a 3581mm wheelbase.
1937 Cadillac Notes
- Introduced: November, 1936.
- Model year production Series 60: 7000
- Model year production Series 65: 2401
- Model year production Series 70: 1001
- Model year production Series 75: 3227
- V-12 model year production: 474
- This is the last year for the V-12
- V-16 model year production: 50.
- This is the last year for the ohv V-16
- 1938 will bring in the L-head V-16
- Nicholas Dreystadt was general manager
- Ernest W. Seaholm was chief engineer
- William Mitchell was chief designer (Cadillac Studio)
- Don E. Ahrens was general sales manager