1969 Cadillac Deville Convertible
For 1969, the Cadillac models were given all-new styling and reflected the lines of the Eldorado Coupe that was introduced in 1967. The Cadillac DeVille was the most popular body style in the Cadillac line-up.
This Cadillac is a well-maintained example that is finished in light pink with a Black vinyl top and leather interior. The odometer shows just 75,000 original miles. Inside, the interior features seating for six on optional embossed Ostrich Grain genuine leather, which is surrounded by power assists and other industry-leading features, such as power windows and door locks, variable-ratio power steering, automatic climate control, cruise control, dual-comfort power seat adjustment, 'Twilight Sentinal' headlights and corner lamps.
Power is from the 427 cubic-inch V8 engine which was the largest in the industry. It produces 375 horsepower and 525 foot-pounds of torque. Zero-to-sixty takes just 8.1 seconds and there is a 26-gallon fuel tank providing plenty of fuel for the thirsty engine.
This Cadillac is a real eye catcher that can be driven anywhere.
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- 7.7 Litre
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- Center Console