The Cadillac Series 67 was a car made by Cadillac between 1941 and 1942.
The 1941 model year was divided up into many different models offered by Cadillac. There was the Cadillac Series 60S (Sixty Special), the Series 61, the Series 62, the Series 63, the Series 67 and the Series 75.
A new model to this lineup was the Series 67. This was the successor to the Series 72, which had the longest wheelbase in the entire Cadillac model range (139 inches = 353 cm). The 67was fitted with a 5.7 litre V8 (with side valves) which developed 150hp.
The Series 67 was offered as a five-seat sedan (with or without blade) and a normal or better-equipped Imperial Touring Sedan Touring Sedan. The bodies of the 67 came from all Fisher Bodies, while the bodies of the Series 75 came from the prestigious Fleetwood Metal Body Co.. This meant that the price of the Series 67 could undercut the Series 72 by around $500.
May 1946 Cadillac continued car production but the Series 67 model line was not continued.
A total of 1622 cars were made between 1940 and 1942.