This 1993 Cadillac Sedan DeVille is a two-owner big Caddy that
strikes the right balance. It's a well-preserved machine with the
vintage style you love. And it also fits into the era of more
modern classics that give you all the best features for today's
driving. Best of all, the full package is offered for a value
This is the right generation for sophistication. 1993 was the final
year for the 6th gen DeVille, and it was the last time we really
got the sharp-edge styling that seemed to define classic Cadillacs.
This importance seems to have been understood by the car's only two
previous owners. The sheetmetal is crisp with distinction, the
bumpers are bright, and the full-length bright trim radiates with
elegance. The factory-correct silver paint appears to be the
original application, and it radiates with the kind of quality that
makes the body panels look like precious metal. And the maroon
pinstripe package adds the right touch of premium contrast. It's
exactly how you would expect a car where the odometer I believed to
reflect actual mileage - averaging under 2,800 miles annually.
The best luxury cars make sure the pinstripe is a preview of the
interior. And just like the exterior, this is presented with a
premium preservation. As a full-size Caddy, there's plenty of room
for people to spread out. You can choose to seat six, or fold down
the armrests in both rows to give four people individual limo-like
comfort. Of course in a car like this, the driver is always a king.
Your seat power adjusts to the ideal position. The controls are all
put in easy reach for power windows, power locks, power mirrors,
and automatic A/C climate control. The tilt steering column gives
you a clear view to the speedometer that's as long as the horizon.
Everything here feels stock from the wood-like trim to the premium
Delco AM/FM/cassette stereo. But because this is the last of its
generation, it also comes with more modern driving features you
didn't get on earlier ones, like the driver's airbag and anti-lock
These later DeVilles were also important because fuel-injected V8
was enlarged to 4.9-liters - the largest of the series. This is
believed to be the original motor, and it has the look of stock.
There are newer maintenance items, and it runs well. The four-speed
automatic transmission with overdrive gives it great off-the-line
response and pleasant highway manners. And cruise control means
this classic Caddy remains a great long-distance tourer. Add in
power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a fully
independent suspension that's supple yet athletic, and you get a
competent sedan that loves the grand touring experience.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual packet, including
the original warranty card. This is the well-preserved and
well-presented fuel-injected Caddy sedan. An affordable modern
classic like this won't stay around for long. Call today!!!