1975 CADILLAC COUPE DE VILLE D’ELEGANCE
TRUE RUST FREE SURVIVOR - LIFETIME TEXAS CAR
VIN – 6D47S5Q254201
ABOUT 76K MILES SINCE NEW
Sold new in Texas in 1975 and remained there until we brought to Florida for a refresh. All original car
with mostly original paint. Now it is ready for its new owner. Traveling only about 76K miles since sold new. Mostly original Light Blue paint and new rear bumper fillers. Factory White landau top. Original D’ Elegance velour interior. Original dash, carpet, & door panels. Original headliner. Excellent original chrome. The car is equipped with the original 500 V-8 engine and automatic transmission. Ice cold factory air conditioning. Original wheel covers and newer whitewall radial tires. Garage kept, pampered and serviced, this car could not be nicer. This car has been refreshed, detailed and ready to drive or show.
FEATURES AND OPTION INFORMATION
EVERYTHING WORKS INCLUDING THE CLOCK!!!
100% laser straight, accident free sheet metal
Nice original paint in Light Blue
Factory White landau vinyl top
Beautiful original Blue velour interior & original door panels
Ice cold factory air conditioning
Excellent chrome and soft trim throughout
Original 500 V-8 engine
Power steering & brakes
Power windows, seat, and locks
Original AM/FM stereo and speakers
Factory wheel covers and newer whitewall radial tires
Only about 76K miles since built
SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL ME ON
MY CELL PHONE - 863-944-8615 OR EMAIL [email protected]
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