Offered For Sale by The California Automobile Museum
1956 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
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Fins in the back, dagmar bullets in the front, unmistakably Cadillac! Elvis made these cars popular and for good reason, they exemplify luxury for the mid-fifties! This Series 62 Coupe deVille has original paint, one dent on left rear fender. All chrome in good condition. Two side windows are cracked. Windows work off and on. Beautiful wide whites with Cadillac sombrero hubcaps.
Interior has original rear seat and headliner. Front seat has been reupholstered. Fan works, AC equipped, but does not work. Temp and Oil pressure gauges do not work.
Motor runs strong, rebuilt carb. Electric fuel pump, alternator, new battery.
This is a great, solid driver Cadillac. Sedans are for chauffeurs, coupes are personal luxury cars. Drive it, enjoy it!
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