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1930 Cadillac Series 353 Fisher Town Sedan [30152]

1930 Cadillac Series 353 [30152] in The Waltons, TV Series, 1972-1981 IMDB Ep. 03.06

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1930 Cadillac Series 353 Fisher Town Sedan [30152]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle



2011-02-22 14:47


1931 Cadillac V8 Club Sedan [355]


2011-02-27 11:29


I did some further research on this one, as mentioned here: /vehicle_377880-Chrysler-Eight-CD-1931.html , I thought it might be a 1930 or 1931. It´s not a 1931 as I claimed above, the bodystyle is a little different and the toolboxes are gone, also the 1931 models have a single bumper.
Some sources call this body Club Sedan, but most will name them Town Sedan. This is also the name used in adverts.
1931 Cadillac V8 Town Sedan:

I also see that it´s now been altered to Series 355. This denomination is nowhere to be found in Cadillac sales literature of the period, not even in the internal dealer sales material:

[Image: 290008-Cadillac_Sales_2_1.jpg]
[Image: 290009-Cadillac_Sales_1_2.jpg]

It seems we have to go to the workshop manual to find this very internal designation, here´s a sample from the 1930 V16 Service Information:

[Image: 290010-Cadillac_V-16_1_1.jpg]

The number refers to the engine size 355 cu in, 452 cu in etc.

So this car would be a 1930 Cadillac V8 Town Sedan [353], 353 is the closest we get to a chassiscode for these. Bodystyle is 30152.

-- Last edit: 2011-02-27 11:30:47

Commander 57 US

2011-02-27 16:23


Based on your nice research, will change the listing.

(One heck of a beautiful period sedan, BTW!)


2011-02-28 00:51


It is indeed a beautiful car.

But can someone please explain why the designation "Series 353" is put as modelname?

However common it is on websearches or in various modern literature, I suppose for practical reasons since it´s easy to categorize by it, it´s very difficult to find in Cadillac or LaSalle publications from the period. Outside Cadillac management and the workshop literature it seems to have been more or less unknown.

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