Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is excited to present this 1964
Cadillac Deville convertible. Cadillac has always been at the top
of the American Luxury car manufacturer market. Building beautiful
cars since 1902. General Motors bought the Cadillac brand in 1909
and transformed it into the premier luxury car market niche it is
today. Cadillac was setting the standard for technological advances
which included electrical safety and the introduction of a V-8
engine that could be mass produced. Setting standards that can be
reflected in the automotive industry even today. This 1964 Cadillac
Deville convertible is painted Spruce blue poly with a contrasting
white top and interior. All the Cadillac appointments you would
expect 1964 are in this luxurious vehicle including power steering,
power brakes, air conditioning, Am radio w/ two speakers, power
windows, power seats, power convertible top, tilt steering wheel,
soft ray glass, automatic dimming headlights, seat belts, power
trunk release and much more. In 1964 Cadillac introduced an all new
429 CID 16valve OHV V-8oducing 340hp. The engine is mated with a
General Motors Hydra-Matic automatic transmission.Don't miss out on
owning this outstanding example of Cadillac history, This 1964
Cadillac Deville convertible screams " look at me" from it miles of
good looks and abundant luxury
1964 Cadillac Deville
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