Stk#008 1975 Cadillac Coupe Deville Exterior: Baby blue paint BC/CC with blue Landau top. Dual outside mirrors are like new. Like new door handles, emblems, all moldings, grill, head light bezels. Front & rear bumpers look good, turn signals on top of fenders, Rocker panel moldings are like new, factory hubcaps like new with white wall tires, fender skirts. Original rear end. All glass looks good. A real head turner. Interior: 60/40 bench seat with full power, white leather interior, door panels, seats, wood grain door pulls, power windows, power door locks, remote mirror, Tilt telescopic column, cruise control, factory AM/FM stereo, power antenna, rear window defogger, climate control A/C & heat, sentinel lights, delay wipers, power trunk, custom mini AM/FM/CD player mounted in floor console and can be easily removed. Original blue carpet, factory blue seatbelts, white headliner and sun visors, blue dash, factory clock, blue package tray. Nice inside, a great color combo. Engine: V8 500 cc engine or 8.2 L with 210 HP, Automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, factory A/C & Heat, cruise control. Runs and looks good! Drives and handles good.
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