2000 Cadillac DeVille Sedan Triple Black 59K Miles... Beautiful! True Wire Wire Wheels and Full Haartz Cloth Roof Covering 4.6 Liter V8 TPI DOHC 32 Valve Northstar Front Wheel Drive Only 59,547 Miles This is the one! Triple Black, over the top maintenance and care, and clearly, a great value in a well loved Cadillac DeVille. This one stands tall and distinctive with the true Chromed Wire Wheels on Vouge White Wall Gold Lined Tires and a full Haartz Cloth Top (a tight woven cotton with no coating). Our seller was given this car by her husband when it was only two years old, and she has only driven an average of 500 miles per year! She loved the look of this gorgeous sedan, however, she always felt the car was too big for her. It has all of the standard Cadillac amenities. Over the years she has kept it stored properly in her garage when not in use, and of course, it was only used on fair weather days. The history is excellent. As she is a Classic Car enthusiast, (she loves attending shows and actually, even won awards when she occasionally brought this one!) she was fanatical about maintaining her Cadillac. You can see from the squeaky clean CarFax report that she took it to the Cadillac dealer for maintenance inspections and oil changes far more often than it needed to go... We think a nicer one can t be found. A quote from CAR and DRIVER review on the newly redesigned Cadillac for 2000: Performance remains strong. A revamped version of the Northstar engine delivers ei
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