This metallic silver 1979 Cadillac Sedan DeVille is reportedly a two-owner, numbers-matching sedan that features a newer silver vinyl roof over a gray velour interior. It is powered by a 425ci V8 paired with a Turbo-Hydramatic three-speed automatic transmission and recently had work performed on its cooling system, brakes, and other components. Available now, this fifth-generation Sedan DeVille is offered by the seller with a clear title.
Finished in metallic silver with a replacement silver vinyl top, this Sedan DeVille’s bodywork is highlighted by a Cadillac crest hood ornament, chrome front and rear bumpers, and brightwork that runs across both sides of the body. Wheels with wire covers and Cadillac crest center caps are surrounded by whitewall tires.
The interior has an all-gray color scheme that includes the carpeting, velour seats, and headliner, which was replaced within the last 3,000 miles. Woodgrain trim is located on the door panels, steering wheel, and dashboard. Amenities include power locks, a six-way power front seat, automatic climate control, and an AM/FM radio with 8-track player. Behind the steering wheel is an 85-mph speedometer and a gear selection window. According to the seller, the odometer shows 55,000 miles.
Under the hood is a 425ci V8 paired with a column-shifted GM Turbo-Hydramatic three-speed automatic transmission. The seller states that the valve covers need paint and that the water pump, battery, antifreeze, belts, and hoses have had work performed on them within the last 3,000 miles. In addition, the brakes, rotors, and master cylinder received attention during the same time period.