1963 Cadillac Deville Convertible, this 63 has undergone a restoration as well as many upgrades, the exterior of the car is finished in Matador Red, very nice paint a two stage with very high luster, a few minimal chips but nothing major, bosy is straight and there are no rust issues, All stainless and chrome complete and very nice, all rubber weather striping is excellent as well as all glass, The white convertible top fits well but does have a small pin hole as seen in the photos. The car sits on a set of polished 20's with excellent tires, the car has a full air ride technologies system, a power disc brake conversion on the front, front end is tight as well as the steering. An LS3 replaces the original 390 motor and the trans is now a an LS60e, lots of power and smooth shifts. Interior was all redone to the original pattern to the seats and door panels, carpet is German weave , a custom center console with upgraded stereo and cup holders, the original steering wheel has been recovered in leather. It is a tilt wheel, full working power seats, windows, and top, finished trunk area. A very nice 63 Cadillac.
The Pick of the Day was a midcentury luxury dream car
The Pick of the Day has been fitted with a newer big-block engine and power driving and convenience features
This 1961 Cadillac DeVille is just the sort of vehicle that would turn heads as you rolled up to the entrance of the local country club to deposit your clubs with a caddy.
As compiler of this mayhem Tom Gregory notes, track days can be fun, but when they go wrong, they go badly wrong! Watch and wince, and remember this advice from a veteran racing mechanic to his driver: Remember that your right foot is connected to your checkbook. How fast can you afford to go?
Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick? So asked GM’s marketing team in a series of TV commercials promoting the Buick lineup in the 1980s and ’90s. The Reatta was Buick’s 2-seat coupe (and later convertible) from that era, and it packaged smooth styling and advanced technology into a car that provided a lot of […]
RM Sotheby’s has added another Online Only auction to its summer calendar, with Open Roads, North America going up for bidding July 23-30 with about 80 collector cars from which to choose. “The Open Roads, North America auction lineup spans the collector car market, ranging from American Classics to modern sports and supercars, with early […]
As the movement toward the electrification was, so to speak, picking up steam, car designers said they looked forward to exploring the freedom in styling they expected with bulky internal combustion engines being replaced by electric motors and battery packs. To date, most electric cars look pretty much like those powered by petroleum. However, that […]
Think you’d like to do a track day but aren’t sure of your skills? The National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky, has launched a special “101” on-track introduction to recreational performance driving. The High Performance Driver Introduction costs $300 and is designed to allow drivers “to give the sport a try.” The […]
Everything has to start somewhere, and that includes your first time driving on a race track. Most of us have seen videos of inexperienced drivers cracking up their cars on a track, be it on the famed Nurburgring in Germany or some local road course. It’s ugly and nobody wants to be that guy or […]
Here at the Journal, we strive to bring you the world of collector cars with engaging content, humor, and most of all, expertise. If it’s on four (and sometimes two or even three) wheels, we are attracted and probably know something about it, as we have “been there, done that.” Our editorial staff has a […]