A Cadillac El Camino? Customized in the late 1970's, this 1961 Cadillac DeVille has been modified to resemble a classic El Camino pick up. The DeVille comes with the original 390 C. I. engine, which runs well, and the original transmission has been replaced with a Turbo 400 automatic. The equipment includes power steering, power brakes, power windows, factory A/C and an AM/FM/CD player with a power amp. Power seats were installed, but they are currently inoperative. It does have some exterior paint and chrome flaws (as shown in the pics) but the body is very straight with no dents. Both doors have plexi-glass windows installed and the truck bed features a custom made tonneau cover. The interior is very presentable showing only minor wear. This Cadillac DeVille "El Camino" pick up is located in Oregon. The previous owner used the DeVille in local shows and drove it during the summer. Here's an opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind classic Caddy at a bargain basement price!...
This 1961 Cadillac DeVille is just the sort of vehicle that would turn heads as you rolled up to the entrance of the local country club to deposit your clubs with a caddy.
‘OVC is giving enthusiasts the opportunity to add incredible authenticity to their Shelby Cobra,’ says Lance Stander
The Pick of the Day is a four-wheel-drive SUV that was hardly ever driven
Dishonest sellers will try to pass off waterlogged salvage vehicles as undamaged used cars and trucks
Annual showcase of ‘truly awful’ but historically significant cars scheduled for November 3, and there’s plenty of other car museum news, too
The original 1,000-vehicle production plan will grow by 350
Signs, gas globes set five-figure record prices
Bentley Boy’s tourer, Clapton’s Ferrari among them
Pick of the Day is a 1963 Apollo 3500 GT, a hybrid sports car