Remember that time you wanted to start your own Rat Pack? A factory triple-black 1969 Cadillac DeVille can make it happen with an amazing presentation, luxury features, and plenty of room for all the friends.
Anyone who was anyone in the ‘60s owned a top-of-the-line drop-top Caddy. And today that status symbol has only matured as this cruising machine sails into iconic status. And more than just born a black car, this one has been given the right investments over the years to make sure the shine grabs attention no matter if it’s under the Las Vegas neon or at a Sunday car show. And matching that luster is the ultra-important brightwork. Bumpers were considered an art form in this era, and these are so mirror-like you can use them to check your tie before making the scene. Plus, the trim, bezels, and even the factory wheel covers are all straight, clean, and clear. And while that black vinyl top looks amazing, it’s even better when you take it down.
The interior looks quite original, and so you instantly know the kind of respect this car received over the years. The seats the carpets, dash, and door panels remain deep and black – a small miracle on a classic droptop. But this is not a sea of darkness. Cadillac luxury also means a great wood appearance package and plenty of bright trim. Plus, you get the kind of luxury features that made these Cadillacs so special in 1969, and the kind of options that you would expect in a brand new car today. This includes power seats, power locks, tilt steering wheel, and the original AM/FM stereo. You sit behind the original Caddy three-spoke steering wheel and gaze at a clear gauge package. But it’s not just comfortable for you. The DeVille’s full size means it really does offer relaxed seating for up to six. And no matter how many family or friends are along for the ride, you’re going to love being able to roll down all the windows with the touch of a button, drop the electric top without having to leave the driver’s seat, and still remain cool thanks to provisions for air conditioning.
Filling the engine bay is the monstrous 472 cubic-inch V8. This is the correct powerplant for the era, and it looks quite factory-correct under the hood. With its locomotive-like torque, this DeVille earns its easy-cruising nature. Plus, with a four-barrel carburetor on top, it gets off the line easily. Add in power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, and Cadillac’s legendary ride, and this is the right classic for driving near or far.
The DeVille is a truly iconic Caddy, so when can find one born with triple-black and all the best features – all of which remain today – you know this is a classic droptop that you’ll have hurry to take home. Call today!!!