1927 Cadillac 314 Sport Phaeton was photographed at an air show in Pennsylvania
The 1927 Cadillac Series 314 was a continuation of 1926 models.
Some new body styles introduced August, 1926.
Calendar year sales: (1927) 8599.
Calendar year production: (1927) 8599.
Model two year sales: 50619 (Aug. ’25 through Sep. ’27).
Model two year production: 50619 (Aug. ’25 through Sep. ’27).
The president and general manager was Lawrence P. Fisher.
“Fifty body styles and types – Five hundred color and upholstery combinations” was Cadillac’s catch phrase for their new program to individualize the motor car. Change was constant; everything was tried; and pilot models were sold but not cataloged. The catalog was but a starting point – the customer could pick almost any combination of bits and pieces and have a unique motor car without the expense of a full custom. Authenticity of surviving cars may be in question because of the multitude of possible variations. In the final analysis; if it has a vertical starter motor, it’s most likely a 314.