The last year for the convertible DeVille! Exterior distinction for the DeVille were the Tiffany-like DeVille scripts above the rear end of the belt molding and the use of long rectangular backup light lenses set into the lower bumper as opposed to the smaller square lenses used on the Calais. This luxurious Caddy is equipped with power seats, power windows, power mirrors, cruise control, and Air Conditioning! Powered by the reliable 472C.I. V8 and a smooth shifting Turbo-Hydramatic transmission. Finished in Cotillion White with a medium red interior. Classic Cadillacs are a pleasure to drive, that said, every car enthusiast must experience one. Call us now so you can be behind the wheel.Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for the most complete information on this beautiful vehicle. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, give you a complete walk-around, and in the process, supply you with the most detailed description of the vehicle. We gladly accept trades! We also offer 100% financing on your purchase, through only the best classic car financing companies in the business! Our customers buy with confidence. For over 30 years we have bought and sold quality classic collector cars all over the world. Contact Ideal Classic Cars, Venice Florida today!
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