1953 Cadillac Coupe DeVille for Sale. Sold new in Arizona and powered by a 331 CID OHV V8 with 4V carb. It's mated to a Hydramatic Transmission with the optional Recirculating Ball Type Factory power steering and factory optional power assist 4 wheel hydraulic braking system. A rare factory accessory is the Autronic Eye Automatic Light Dimmer. A correct push button signal seeking tube type radio also compliments the interior. Features include factory style dual exhaust system with tailpipes exiting through the rear bumper ports, EZ Eye tinted glass with Unique Wrap around windshield, a 110 MPH speedometer, and a finished trunk with correct spare and jack. This heavyweight cruiser is finished in correct Burgundy Maroon with a contrasting Alpine White top with a complimenting luxurious cloth and vinyl interior. One of only 14,550 produced! A true Collectible! The car rolls on a set of stock steel wheels with Cadillac full wheel discs carrying Coker Classic 235/75R 15's. It's accented by Hi-Gloss chrome and gleaming bright work. The car comes with a copy of the original title and owner's manual. Here's a rare opportunity to own a piece of automobile history that's sure to turn heads and capture a lot of smiles wherever you cruise! Ready to enjoy!
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.
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