We don't know the complete history of this car but we can tell you it was an original New York car which only had 2 owners.
Before moving to the Sunshine State the body and interior were restored and all lines are perfect!
The frame is still all original and could use a little touch up. It is still in good condition but does look a little rusty (surface rust, we checked it thoroughly).
This '67 Cadi comes with the original owners manual, and some other original documents when it was sold at the Cadillac dealership (including the original owner protection plate).
Also included is the original temporary certificate of registration dated 01/31/1967.
Now for some technical information, this car was segmented as a Luxury car and that's the least you can say about it.
It comes with a 429 Cui V8 with an advertised power of 308 HP (gross) and a gross torque of 606 Nm.
With a top speed of 122 mph and an acceleration of 0-60 mph in 8.7 seconds, this is a pretty fast classic considering its length (224 inches !) and a weight of 4674 lbs.
Being a RWD vehicle it handles much better than front-wheel drive vehicles and you will notice the difference in curves, turns, and when navigating through traffic situations.
Some other interesting things you'll want to know about the car is that it comes with
This car runs and drives like a charm and whoever decides to buy this magnificent mechanical pearl will enjoy it for many more years without ever having to worry about body or mechanical work.
Feel free to contact us for more detailed pictures, additional info, or a live video chat.
Currently the car is located in Floral City, Florida.
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