Take a look at this 1973 Cadillac Coupe DeVille brought to you by
Zoom Classic Cars. Car features the 472CI V8 with automatic
transmission, power brakes, steering, front seat, windows, ac,
factory AM/FM and much more. Lots of new parts. All trim and
badging in place and in good condition. Vinyl top inexcellent
condition. Chrome in overall very good condition except for some
rust as shown on right side of rear bumper. Some paint
imperfections as shown. Mirabelle cloth with vinyl bolster Interior
in very nice condition with no rips or tears in the cloth seating.
Stock wheel covers. Lots of recent brake work front and rear
including rebuilt calipers, new pads and machined rotors in the
front and new wheel cylinders, brakes shoes and drums turned in the
rear. Recent suspension work as well including front end upper and
lower ball joints, coil springs, shocks and rear control arms with
bushings replaced. Rear has new coil springs. The parking brake
currently does not work but the car comes with a vacuum operated
parking brake for installation. AC will need attention as well.
Overall solid daily driver and affordable classic. Comes with
owner's manuals. Car stored in MA just south of Boston. Now $9,900.
Call Mike or Jeff for details.
1973 Cadillac Coupe Deville
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
Interior Color:Black & Gray
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