Only two owners have enjoyed this low mileage classic Caddy.
With its long body complete with sleek lines, the 1969 Cadillac Deville convertible is a sight to behold. Its name "Deville" is a French derivative of de la ville or de ville that translates to "of the town". Coupe de ville, or town car, is the body style of a car that was produced from 1908 to 1939 that has an external driver's position but features an enclosed space for passengers.
Powering this beauty is a 427-cubic-inch V8 engine that generates 375-horsepower that is shifted down an automatic Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission. Topping the engine is a 4-bbl carb. Even better, the car only has 11,684 miles as stated on the title which is enough to know that the car has enjoyed the road from time to time but still incredibly low miles for 53-year-old car.
The two owner classic Cadillac is covered in Athenian Blue with a white convertible top and blue ostrich-grain leather interior. It features power windows, air conditioning, power top, multi-speed windshield wipers, 8-track stereo with AM/FM radio, and a 8-way power driver’s seat. It rolls on the iconic and desirable dual whitewall tires that are wrapped around wire wheels.
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