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Since 1950, the Cadillac De Ville set a standard for American
luxury cars. The name itself, De Ville, "of the town" implied the
car was designed as a town car for prominent people. 1985 marked
generation 6 for the Cadillac DeVille. The Coupe Deville was
switched to GM's new front wheel drive "c-body" platform and was
marketed as "The Cadillac of Tomorrow."
The 1985 Cadillac Coupe De Ville offered here features just 40,377 miles since purchased new in Palos Heights Illinois. The car was delivered in Cadillac White over luxurious Driftwood interior. In true Cadillac fashion, this Coupe Deville is highly appointed including: Power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seat, power locks, Tilt steering wheel, Electronic Climate Control, cruise control, vanity mirror, power mirrors, wire wheel covers, style steering wheel, intermittent wipers, interior trim d�cor, digital fuel center date display, Information center, Code Alarm, Delco Seek and Scan Stereo with Electronic Tuning, fully lined trunk area, and much more.
Today, the car remains in excellent condition inside and out and is with its low mileage has much to offer the next owner in comfort, style and reliability. Carfax is clean and the car retains its original books. Can't argue with this one folks.
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