1927 Cadillac Seven Passenger Touring. The year 1927 was the Silver Anniversary of Cadillac and was notable for its introduction of the companion car the LaSalle. The series designation of the 1927 Cadillac was 314-A. That year Cadillac offered 50 different body styles and 500 different color combinations. Prices ranged from $2,995 to $4,350. This car is a seven passenger touring phaeton painted mountain ash red. This is a very special car being one of only 8 made. Seven of these, including this one, went to Glacier National park and the eighth went to New York. In the park the car was used to ferry people to picnics and to hotels. The body is aluminum and built by Fischer. The 2 jump seats in the rear fold up. The car gets 10 miles to the gallon, plus a quart of oil every 100 miles. Owner: Judie Hansen, Medina, WA. Photographed at the Pacific Northwest Concours d'Elegance held September 7, 2014.