'63 Cadillac Deville. All original the way it came out of the factory 57 years ago. This vehicle has 110k miles but the condition it is in it could easily have been 50K. Garage kept, mostly all the electronics on the car work down to the power windows, radio, wipers etc. The engine runs exceptionally nice for an untouched car from this era, and transmissions shifts smoothly through the gears. The tire tread has 75% remaining on its life. All door hinges, trunk and boot hinges open and close without much noise or effort. This car needs very few things done to it to make it shine. No "B Pillar" between the windows so looks and feels incredible when you drive. Back seat looks as if it was rarely sat on. The head liner and sun visors are immaculate except for a small cut on the rear passenger side. Surface level rust throughout different parts of the paint that any good paint job will do away with, nothing needs replacement or is rusted through. There are a few small dents that can easily be ironed out and very small part of the front passenger side quarter panel is repainted, I am not entirely sure of the story there. The upholstery is worn on the front seats but the back seats are pristine. I have spoken to a few upholstery companies who seem to think they can get an exact match for reupholstering the front to match the back in order to keep the original look. Other than that its beautiful. Benton Blue paint is original from the factory as well which personally is my favorite color from the '63's. The engine and bones on this car are all in good and operational condition. This is a very rare find in this untouched condition. I know the Coupe Deville is a more popular model but quite frankly i think the 4dr sedans are just more fun to enjoy with friends and family due to the vast open space in the interior of this Sedan.