Gateway Classic Cars San Antonio/Austin is happy to present this
1957 Cadillac DeVille out of our newest showroom in Texas! 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 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 remarkable sight. Painted in Turquoise contrasted with
an Alpine white top gives this Caddy a classic look! Under the hood
is a 365CID V-8 with an Edelbrock carburetor and is paired to a
4-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission pulls with authority and
shifts like butter. As you walk around the car you will notice nice
details like the bullet nose front bumper, prominent tail fins and
wide white wall tires. Take a seat inside and you see what American
luxury all is about. The front bench seat with fold down arm rest
is upholstered in Black and Silver Corinthian Pattern Cloth & White
Leather with the door panels and headliner color coordinated as
well. This Caddy is equipped with power steering and brakes, power
seats, power windows and factory air conditioning although not
currently working. A true 50s era chariot of American Luxury and
excess. Chrome and stainless steel everywhere, with rocket fins and
a wraparound windshield to cement Cadillac's futuristic optimism. A
true Classic of the jet age! This driver quality Cadillac is road
ready & looking for a new garage.
1957 Cadillac Deville
Interior Color:Black / Silver
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