Cadillac Series 341B 3591C Collapsible Touring Landau Braugham by Fleetwood
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Series 341B 3591C Collapsible Touring Landau Braugham by Fleetwood
The series 341-B was similar to 1928 Cadillac Series 341-A except:
Bodies: Side lights moved to fenders. Security-Plate safety glass used in all windows and windshields. All bright work chrome plated. Electric windshield wipers used. Fleetwood introduced the All Weather Phaeton. Fleetwood showed the sweep panel across cowl and hood on all body styles.
Chassis - Duplex-Mechanical brakes with all shoes internal used.
Drive line- Synchro-mesh transmission introduced.
Engine: Connecting rods drilled to give pressure lubrication to small ends. Metric spark plugs introduced mid-year.
The 341-B Cadillac models of 1929 were immediately recognizable by their relocated parking lamps on the front fender crowns, along with the exclusive use of chrome-plated bright work. Shatterproof safety glass and reliable electric windshield wipers were standard safety features for 1929, along with new Duplex-mechanical brakes, which utilized internal brake shoes and required less pedal pressure than before. The new full-synchromesh manual transmission provided unprecedented driving ease, while Cadillac’s V-8 engine offered heightened longevity with its improved lubrication system.
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