Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is excited to present this classy, 1960 Cadillac Series 60 for sale. This beauty has all the outside appearance of the classy '60 Cadillac however, under the hood of the car is a modern LS1 motor from a 2000 Chevy Camaro. That motor is a 5.7 litter motor and tied to the same transmission you would find in a 2000 Chevy Camaro, 4L60E, which is a four speed automatic. The rear end is a ford 9in with a 4.10 gear ratio. The color combo on this sweet, classic ride is, a dark gray with a black interior. The exhaust system has a remote to open a butterfly valve on the Y pipe so you can have either a quite sound or bypass majority of the exhaust system to get a straight pipe sound to either impress or upset your neighbors. Fort those who are familiar with this car then you know how awesome the lines are it and how well the rear wings compliment the shape of the car. Our 1962 Cadillac Series 60 for sale includes: AM/FM radio, CD player, power brakes, power steering, radial tires, vinyl interior and aluminum alloy wheels. This baby sound amazing, drives amazing and looks amazing. If you looking for a classic car but do not want something that is run of the mill then look no further as we have it here in our Scottsdale showroom. To see 100-plus pictures and a video of this 1960 Cadillac Series 62 for sale and for more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle in person, please call the Scottsdale showroom at 623-900-4884 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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