“ONE OF THE LAST VEHICLES DESIGNED BY GM’s Renowned Styling Head Bill Mitchell”………..known also as “Rolls Royce Slant Back”………or “Bustle Back”. Shown at 2018 Cadillac Fall Heritage Festival in Michigan. Selling my personal collection.
BLACK BEAUTY – CAR IS TRIPLE BLACK…....VERY SHARP AND STUNNING with RARE SUNROOF OPTION.
I've owned the car for 5 years and have driven it summers only all over Michigan approx. 20K miles. I purchased the car out of a strong private collection and have previous history documentation.
Information requests on the partial, but strong restoration are welcome. All Receipts available from my ownership are available. All work has been performed by licensed senior technicians here in Detroit. Paint and glass are excellent. All molded plastic Fillers replaced (Lwr. Frt. Bumper to Fender & Rear Bumper to Lwr. Qtr.). Recent new front seat leathers to original GM pattern at Shelby Trim - very nice - came out better than new - super comfortable.
Vehicle is in excellent shape.....outstanding mechanical and body......The list of upgrades is too long to mention. Super deal...giving the car away.
Sunroof rebuilt by American Speed Co by Senior Techs previously from American Sunroof Co. in Southgate, Mi. - included new cable system and drain hoses) - no leaks. Comprehensive Tune-up & all diagnostics / Brakes - calipers rebuild along with new booster in summer 2019 / new Triple Stripe Diamond Back Tires 2018 with OEM Cadillac brushed Aluminum "flat" hubcaps-please see pics (original wire hubcaps available) / complete cooling system check with new coolant / engine was pressure tested good & new valve cover gaskets with tune-up. More info available. Excellent Heat & AC. Note: Cruise Control is in-op at this time - previously worked. Alignment and balance at high speed is excellent. Drives like a Caddy should..!!
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1983 Cadillac Seville, for sale by a private owner in Northville, Michigan. In 1983, Sevilles were produced from GM plants in both Detroit and Linden, New Jersey. Interestingly, the first-generation Seville was targeted at younger, import buyers, but it was ultimately most popular with older women who wanted […]
Elvis Presley’s 1977 Cadillac Seville, the last car he purchased for personal use is going on display at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, England.
Editor’s note: One morning last week, those arriving early at the ClassicCars.com office heard a noise coming from the storage closet. Fearing, perhaps, a rodent or two, they unlocked the door and peeked inside. What they saw was an old fax machine — remember those? — that was spitting out the last of three pages. […]
In July 2019, my cancer returned after six years, which also caused me to retire from my law enforcement career of some 36 years. I then started a treatment plan and in October, on my birthday, I couldn’t even eat any cake my wife, Kate, had gotten. So I sat in the corner and just […]
The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on automotive events, many of which are being canceled or postponed. Here are the latest announcements: The Mitty vintage racing weekend, scheduled for April 23-26 at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, has been canceled. In addition, the Historic Sportscar Racing Fall Histories, originally scheduled for September 23-26, will […]
This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe (Factory Five reproduction) for sale in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The Shelby is the legendary race car that you can’t afford. On the other hand, this is refined, modern, and street-legal version of the same car from Factory Five Racing, which is the next best […]
The list of the top-10 most-searched-for vehicles on the ClassicCars.com Marketplace was remarkably familiar in the month of March, but things got really interesting further along the list. There actually are two top-10 lists on which we report each month. One involves Marketplace searches by year, make and model. The other is a more generic […]
If remembered at all, motorsports fans recall Sunday, August 13 1972 as the date Emerson Fittipaldi won the Austrian Grand Prix, and in doing so, all but clinched his first Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championship. At the other end of the grid that day, a smaller kind of history was being made. A tiny, underfunded […]
It may seem an oxymoron to mention “high performance” and the Renault Dauphine in the same sentence, but the Pick of the Day is, indeed, the high-performance version of the little French classic, a 1967 Renault Dauphine Gordini. In fact, the dealer in Rockville, Maryland, advertising the car on ClassicCars.com claims this to be ‘the […]
When the National Corvette Museum re-opens for general admission in Bowling Green, Kentucky, one of the vehicles on display will be a 1977 Studebaker Avanti II. Say what? As the museum shares the story, it was in 1962 that Bernard “Mike” Hammer’s stepfather took him along when he was shopping for a new car. “He […]