HOT 53 yr. old, TOPLESS! Gentlemen, meet Naomi.
She is a 1966 Cadillac Coupe DeVille convertible. We've been together 20 years, and it's just time to move on. She is in fantastic vintage condition. She cranks right up and runs great. Years ago Scott Skiles from the early days of the Orlando Magic had her restored. Her paint is showing some wear and she has a bit of rust, mostly on the trunk lid. She could use a new top, especially if you want a daily driver. The AC Compressor needs a belt as well. Freshly tuned up, with new plugs, fuel filter, coil, also, new battery and battery cables, she is ready to go! She has new-ish tires with very few miles on them. I have the original owner's manual in the glove compartment.
Here are her stats...
1966 Cadillac Deville Third generation (1965–1970)
V8 7.0 L 429 cu in. Big Block
Transmission: 3-speed Automatic Turbo Hydra-Matic
Total Cadillac Production for 1966: 196,685
Convertible Coupes: 19,200
Coupe DeVilles: 50,580
Weight : 4458 lbs | 2022.115 kg
Length: 224.2 in | 5695 mm.
Width : 79.8 in | 2027 mm.
Wheelbase: 129.5 in | 3289 mm.
FUN FACTS: The Cadillac DeVille was a luxury car produced by Cadillac after the Fleetwood name was dropped by Cadillac. Production began in the post-war era, in 1949. It was produced for many years, ending in 2005 when it was replaced by the DTS. The acronym DTS represented DeVille Touring Sedan.
The name for the DeVille was derived from its body styling, with 'DeVille' meaning 'town' in French. The DeVille had an open chauffer's compartment and an enclosed passenger area. The design and changes would change throughout the years and served the company well as an ultra-luxury and elegant automobile. (By Daniel V | Nov 2007)
Motivated to sell to someone who can appreciate her classic good looks and treat her right. Price is negotiable.
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