Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to present this
1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille. The Cadillacs of the 50s are well
regarded as the biggest, baddest land yachts that GM ever offered.
Back in the day there was no missing a Coupe DeVille as is floated
down the road with the presence that only a luxury ocean liner can
compete with. This 1957 example is truly a sight to behold. Painted
in light pink contrasted with a white top and adorned with a
continental kit this Caddy has a look all its own! As you walk
around the car you'll notice nice details like the bullet nose from
bumper, prominent tail fins and wide white wall tires. Take a seat
inside and you see what American luxury is all about. The front
bench seat with fold down arm rest is upholstered in a dual
material pink and black with the door panels and headliner color
coordinated as well. Imagine the road trips you could take with
your romantic partner or even the whole family! Under the hood is a
365 cubic inch V8 and is paired to a 4 speed automatic. Imagine how
this Caddy can get up and go! If you're looking for a big flashy
classic to make a statement with this is the one you want to own!
Options include AM/FM radio, leather interior, power brakes, power
seats, power steering, power windows, seat belts, and wire wheels
wrapped in radial tires.
1957 Cadillac Coupe Deville
Interior Color:Pink & Black
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