Cadillac DeVille Coupe

Fixed price

€ 39,900.-

Car-ID: XT0486
Model, Body type:
Coupe
Registration:
1969
Engine Power:
7,700 CCM (275 KW / 375 BHP)
Transmission:
Automatic
Color:
Gold
Doors:
2
Mileage:
45,400 mls

Vehicle Description

This 1969 Cadillac Coupe DeVille is a truly iconic american cruiser
– A nearly 6 meter long 2-door coupé
– 3rd generation of the Cadillac DeVille series (1965-1970)
– 2 owners according to previous owner
– matching numbers
– An indestructible 7.7 litre V8-engine with 375 hp
– 3-speed automatic
– power steering
– original radio / tuner
– Electric windows, rear cigarette lighter and two-way adjustable front seats
– finished in prestigious “Shalimar-Gold” paint and a very chic interior in “Dardanelle-Gold”
– Bench seats with flexible armrest
– Carburettor and ignition adjusted, chassis parts replaced, oil serviced
– Headlights converted to EU-standards
– Untampered original “Caddy” in an amazing condition
– Original U.S. title and original sales agreement from 1969 available


For 1965, Cadillac announced a new De Ville series, now with a capital “D” , that included a convertible and pillared sedan for the first time. This full slate of new De Ville models effectively replaced the former Series 62 line. Subtly but superbly detailed, the 1965 Cadillacs utilized a new perimeter-frame chassis while retaining a 129.5-inch wheelbase. At the front, dual stacked headlamps were featured; at the rear, only a suggestion of fins remained. A more conservative frontal treatment arrived for 1966, along with variable-ratio power steering.
Forward-thrusting front fenders and sweepingly sculpted body sides enhanced the sleek appearance of 1967-68 Cadillacs, with coupes receiving a new and boldly formal notchback roofline. By 1968, a 375-hp 472-cid engine — the industry’s largest — was standard. De Ville models for 1969-70 showed off stiffer, more conservative luxury-car styling. The 1970 line included Cadillac’s new 500-cid V-8, the largest displacement V-8 ever. The final De Ville convertible was offered that same year. Cadillacs of this period are increasingly popular with enthusiasts, despite their chronically thirsty mega-V8s and sometimes daunting technical complexity. On German roads, full-size Cadillacs have always been somewhat exotic. The massive, 5,7 m long, heavily tailfinned specimens of the 1950s / 60s are the incorporation of a classic car.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Fabric
  • Gold

Exterior Features

  • Gold

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