Capone's Cadillac for sale

An armored 1928 Cadillac reportedly once owned by the notorious Chicago gangster will be auctioned.

Bulletproof
A 1928 Cadillac thought to have belonged to the notorious Chicago mobster Al Capone sold at auction for $341,000 at a July 28, 2012 auction in Michigan. It is believed to be the oldest surviving bulletproof automobile.

According to rumor, the car may even have been used briefly by President Franklin Roosevelt after Capone was imprisoned, according to the collector car auction company RM Auctions



by Peter Valdes-Dapena, senior writer @CNNMoney - Last updated September 27 2012: 3:15 PM ET
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