1969 Cadillac DeVille Convertible
Drop Top Caddy
1969 Cadillac DeVille Convertible -
Power Windows - Power Top - 375 Horsepower 372ci V8 - San Mateo Red over White -
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We're happy to offer this big, comfortable, luxury cruiser that features a comfortable interior, and handsome styling. The '69 Cadillac lineup received a slight redesign across the full range of vehicles. With the new look, Cadillac suggested that by buying a Cadillac you could “add a lot of luxury to your leisure.” Whether they were referring to the size of the cars, or the luxury options and accessories we're not sure, but this DeVille is Cadillac luxury as you would expect.
This car is finished in San Mateo Red and has been repainted in the same color. The body is solid and straight - an important thing for a vehicle like this DeVille that wears such large, long body panels.
The expansive interior—best appreciated with the top down—really is a “place.” White leather seating surfaces and door panels draw your eye in. Once settled in behind the wheel, a sweeping needle speedometer is in your line of vision as well as wood grain trim in a few areas. Other great interior features are factory A/C, power top, and power windows.
A 375 horsepower, 472 cubic-inch V8, mated to a column-shifted Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, moves the car with a combination of serious, yet quiet, power. From the “Cadillac” badging on the trunk and front fenders, to the “Cadillac” logo embossed into the power mirrors, to the graceful, sweeping dash, front seats with armrest, understated front grille and smooth sheet-metal flanks, this automobile communicated Cadillac's definition of top-of-the-line automotive style. And it still does today. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.