“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.
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..!!
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