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$12,999
1970 Cadillac Eldorado

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Bronze exterior, Brown interior. 500ci V8 engine, automatic transmission, Power brakes, Power steering, Cruise control. This El Dorado is very clean inside and out. 1970 was the last year for the sixth generation El Dorado, ending a four year run. The exterior bronze paint has a great shine and really stands out with the white vinyl top. Inside, the interior shows very little wear on the seats, steering, and dash. The 500ci V8 made 400hp and 550tq from the factory and runs great with plenty of grunt to pull this Caddy down the road. The automatic transmission shifts nicely with no slipping or jerking. Some options include; tilt and tele steering, power brakes, power steering, power windows, cruise control, AM/FM radio, clock, climate control, shoulder belts, vinyl roof, and much more... This Cadillac is ready to hit the road on your next cross country trip or to a weekend car show. It is priced to sell and will not last long. Come out to see it in person today!... Read more

Atlanta, GA 30340 (4 miles away)

$37,999
2012 Cadillac CTS V Sedan

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33,284

Black Diamond Tricoat exterior, Ebony interior, 6.2L Supercharged LSA V8 engine, 6 speed automatic transmission, Backup camera, heated seats, Loaded out. The Supercharged 6.2L LSA engine makes 556hp and 551lb-ft of torque from the factory but with additional long tube headers, Corsa exhaust, and BMR heat exchanger, those are surely to be bumped up. The 6 speed automatic transmission shifts fine and has the option for manual paddle shift. The exterior paint and body are in fantastic condition with a stunning shine. The interior still has that new car smell. The interior on theses Cadillacs are very nice and this one doesnt disappoint. No rips or tears, very clean and well taken care of. No signs of wear on the seats or steering wheel. Some options include: back up camera, electric parking brake, moon roof, dual climate control, heated and cooled seats,19 inch aluminum wheels, remote starting, navigation, communication system, Brembo brakes, Recaro seats, and many more... This Cadillac is extremely nice and is ready to go wherever you need. It is priced to sell and will not last long! Ask to see the Carfax!... Read more

Atlanta, GA 30340 (4 miles away)

$22,995
1969 Cadillac De Ville

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20,239

Hard to go wrong with almost 19 feet of Cadillac convertible, in a great color no less! If you want to get noticed, be the center of attention, and pretty much look like you have the world at your beck and call, nothing delivers the message better than a vintage Cadillac ragtop like this 1970 DeVille. Looking at the price, you can be forgiven for thinking this is some worn-out beater, but youd be incorrect in your assumption. The beautiful dark blue paint isnt totally correct, but it is fresh and looks pretty darned good and if youre looking to make a grand entrance in Vegas, this is your ride. The finish is shiny enough to get noticed, and while it isnt perfect, a dark color is always a smart choice on a vintage Cadillac convertible. Finish quality is decent, with signs of age and use and a little orange peel here and there, but nobody will notice any of that as you cruise by, a one-car parade. Cadillacs are known for fins and chrome, and this one has both, from the pontoon-shaped front bumpers that are in great shape to the pointed taillights out back that leave no question as to what kind of car this is. Is it perfect? No. But it has just the right patina to suggest a casual lifestyle that embraces the good things without sweating the details. And check out the cool spotlight on the A-pillar and the oversized bumper guards neat accessories from a day long past. Dark blue leather works well with the dark blue paint, giving this car a grown-up look that doesnt look like its trying too hard. Matching blue carpets, nice original door panels that retain the original woodgrained inserts, and the dark blue dash pad all look quite good with minimal evidence of UV damage and the usual cracking. Of course, almost everything was standard in your 1970 Cadillac convertible, from power windows and locks to A/C to a six-way front bench seat. The 1970 Cadillacs also had a very cool wrap-around instrument panel that pretty much gave the driver exclusive use of all the controls, and its all easy to reach. The original AM/FM radio is still in the dash (it works!) and a brand new blue canvas power convertible top makes it look very upscale and includes a glass rear window that eliminates the worry of hazy plastic curtains. The cavernous trunk is pretty clean and includes a full-sized spare tire with its own cover. Cadillacs 472 cubic inch V8 make locomotive-like torque, easily propelling the big DeVille with authority. Theyre also indestructible low-RPM engines that never feel like theyre working very hard, and thanks to good maintenance throughout its life, this one runs quite well indeed. With a 4-barrel carburetor on top, it gets off the line easily, but where its really at home is interstate cruising, where theres no better way to travel. The engine bay is well-kept if not detailed, and service access is surprisingly good compared to the Eldorado convertible that would follow. A TH400 3-speed automatic spins a heavy-duty rear end that looks like it belongs under a giant truck rather than a luxury car, and the suspension is in good order so that incomparable 70s Cadillac ride is part of the package. Custom wire spoke wheels give it a lowrider vibe and carry right-sized Firestone whitewall radials. Big and flashy, this Cadillac delivers an A-list celebrity experience at a bargain-basement price. With lots of new work, an attractive color combination, and that luxurious ride, this is a huge bang for the buck. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$59,995
1950 Cadillac Series 62

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41,411

I dont care what kind of car youre into, this 1950 Cadillac Series 62 convertible is a big deal. Home of the first modern short-stroke V8, it ushered in a new era of performance without which the small block Chevy might never have been born. Of course, the fact that its also one of the best-looking convertibles of the period is only icing on the cake, making it truly as lovely to drive as it is to look at. GM fans will surely be happy to note that the glossy black paint on this 50 has a period-correct look, which only comes from age. Its not original, of course, but the finish is about 30 years old, so it has a wonderful soft shine that works extremely well on the curvaceous Cadillac bodywork. Tailfins were in their third year and they were a major hit with the car-buying public, and there are more than a few enthusiasts who regard the early P-51 inspired look as the finest of them all. The 1950 Cadillacs were significantly changed from the 1949s, but it was still the envy of the industry and Cadillac was able to sell every car they could build that year. The restoration is holding up very nicely and still looks great cruising down the road or at a show. Panel fit is excellent and the doors close with a remarkable solid thunk that you just dont get today, and its even more remarkable that this is a convertible, not a sedan. Chrome was a big deal in 1950, and thought it would be expensive to make perfect, its in very good condition and it looks right on the car today. Nothing radical inside, either, just pure elegance. Pleated red leather seats front and rear offer seating for six in a pinch, and make no mistake, this is a very big car. The leather is original and beautifully preserved, while the body-colored instrument panel with its light accent band shows some aircraft influences that were popular after the war. A ivory plastic steering wheel with horn ring provides first-class control over the machine (cracks are inevitable after all these years) and yes, this is a Hydra-Matic car, which works well with the power windows, top, and even power seat, to provide a very luxurious environment. The original AM radio is still fully operational and theres a full array of instruments below the oversized speedometer. The tan top folds quickly and easily, and the trunk is nicely finished with original mats and a full-sized spare tire. The 331 cubic inch OHV V8 in this Cadillac was truly revolutionary. 200 pounds lighter than the flathead it replaced, it made more power and torque and got better fuel economy. With its shorter stroke, it didnt mind revving and pulled the heavy luxury car around with real authority. Original Cadillac Blue engine paint, white script on the valve covers, and all the original accessories make for a nicely preserved engine bay that looks right for its age. Now before you dismiss the early automatic transmission, take it for a drive. Remember that it has lower gearing in first and second to really rocket off the line and out back, there are lower 3.36 gears, making it a superlative highway cruiser. Honestly, if you want a 50s Cadillac, a Hydra-Matic is the only way to go. It also sounds great with a single exhaust and modern L78-15 whitewall tires provide a vintage look. This is a very big deal car, and 1950 Cadillac convertibles dont come on the market very often. This is the godfather of all performance cars, clothed in some of the most dramatic sheetmetal of the era. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$72,995
1954 Cadillac Eldorado

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3,443

When GM wanted to make a big splash at the 1953 Motorama, they introduced three limited-edition convertibles: the Oldsmobile Fiesta, Buick Skylark, and Cadillac Eldorado. In 1954, the Eldorado became a permanent part of the Cadillac lineup and represents what many collectors think of as the ultimate 50s heavy cruiser. Code 18 Alpine White was the same color as the Motorama Eldorado, so obviously it was the most popular with customers. Its a soft, creamy white, not a hard refrigerator white, and it looks absolutely spectacular on the sleek Eldorado. It was restored quite correctly and all the unique original Eldorado pieces are still in place, including the signature anodized trim on the lower quarters. These cars are insanely expensive to restore and you certainly couldnt put a basket case into this condition for the asking price, making this Eldo somewhat of a bargain. The doors fit well, the paint shines like it would have in 1954, and its obvious that a lot of money was invested to get it here. Many of the parts are unique to the Eldorado, which means this has always been a complete car and from the pointed front bumpers to the P51-inspried tailfins out back, this car defines Cadillac style. The red interior provides the ideal contrast to the Arctic White bodywork and includes just about every comfort and convenience item Cadillac could install in 1954. The upholstery is in excellent condition and theres plenty of chrome to offset the details on the exterior. The two-tone steering wheel is pure style and frames a nicely detailed instrument panel that includes a massive speedometer and more shiny chrome trim. That pod on the top of the dash is the Autronic Eye, a primitive high-beam dimmer system, and this car also includes features like power windows (the rear windows need new motors, although they do go up and down). Youll note the radio is missing, but you could either upgrade it to something more modern for cruising or pick up an original Cadillac AM unit. Overhead theres a black power convertible top thats in fantastic condition and it stows under a color-matched white fiberglass parade boot for a very clean look. And as a Cadillac, you know theres a giant trunk, with this one carrying a full-sized spare and a reproduction mat. Cadillacs 331 cubic inch V8 was the most powerful V8 you could buy in 1954 and it moves the massive ragtop without a lot of effort. The engine runs great and was detailed a number of years ago, so it looks right with no modifications. A 4-barrel carburetor offers good throttle response and both power steering and power brakes were standard equipment (probably mandatory on something this big). Cadillac Blue paint on the block, a familiar dual-inlet air cleaner, and an original generator making the electricity. It starts easily and has a muscular but muted note from the exhaust pipes, just about right for a top-of-the-line Cadillac. The Hydra-Matic 4-speed automatic transmission shifts properly and this car will cruise all day at modern highway speeds. The chassis shows well enough, but obviously this Eldorado was made to be driven, so you dont have to fret about road rash or rain, which is always a relief. Just about the only external modification are those 235/75/15 whitewall radials, but just think of how spectacular this car would look on a set of wide whites! Ready to enjoy now and with a few finishing touches and upgrades, this could be a vastly more valuable car. It isnt often that we find a car where theres financial upside, but this Eldorado offers the smart collector a great opportunity at a great price. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$17,995
1975 Cadillac De Ville

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If you attended that Cadillac Clubs national meet last summer, you probably saw cars just like this all-original 1975 Coupe DeVille drawing crowds all week. Why? Originality rocks. You can restore originality into a car, so more and more hobbyists are discovering the joys of a clean, original machine. Dont understand what were talking about? Come drive this fantastically authentic Cadillac and itll all be clear. First off, this is a really BIG car, and after 1976, there would never again be a Coupe DeVille this massive. But that doesnt mean its clumsy, and thanks to tidy proportions it looks great even today. The original Cotillion White paint is in remarkable condition, which isnt a surprise since it has only 41,391 original miles. Theres a soft shine that only vintage paint can capture, and nobody will second-guess you when you tell them that its all original. Theres obviously no rust thanks to a lifetime someplace warm, and although the doors are massive, they fit well and dont sag. And yes, Cadillacs have always been about chrome, and theres a lot of it here, including massive bumpers, bright rocker panel moldings, and trim around the windows. Another cool feature are those pods on the front fenders, which house fiber-optic lenses indicating the status of the headlights, parking lights, and hi-beams. Inside, this Coupe DeVille feels like a living room on wheels, and the pillow-tufted velour seats are in remarkably good condition. The burgundy fabric remains in good shape with no splits or tears, quite remarkable for production-grade materials that are approaching 45 years old. Power accessories were expected at this level, and include a power front bench, power windows and locks, and automatic climate control (1975 was the first year A/C was standard on a Cadillac, by the way). Theres no question the mileage is authentic and it certainly looks like the back seat has never been used. The original AM/FM radio still works, as does the power antenna, which pokes itself up six inches when you turn on the radio, with a manual override just to the left of the radio dials. The massive trunk is fully upholstered with the factory-issued rubber mat, and that may even be the original spare under the cover, along with a full jack assembly. Cadillacs claim to fame in the 70s was the worlds largest production V8, a 500 cubic inch monster that provided effortless torque to move these big land yachts with ease. Theyre also remarkably durable and reliable machines, with a Rochester 4-barrel carburetor up top and an HEI ignition system to light it up. This one wears its original Cadillac Blue paint, factory air cleaner, and all the original accessories are fully functional. Its backed by a TH400 3-speed automatic spinning 2.73 gears out back, so highway cruising is smooth and silent, just as it should be. The single exhaust system has a muted hum that sounds right and the floors are obviously in excellent condition with no significant issues beyond some road grime. Newer 235/75/15 whitewall radials have been fitted to the original wheels, so it rides like a hovercraft and the factory hubcaps are clean and simple, a contrast to the rest of the car. Big luxury cruisers like this are finding traction in the market, and a fantastic original car like this is sure to attract attention anywhere it goes. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$13,995
1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible

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14,279

I wonder how the guys who paid massive premiums to own the last 1976 Eldorado convertibles felt when GM rolled out this pretty 1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz ragtop. I mean, the choice was natural as the aftermarket had been putting fake convertible tops on these cars for years and the result was actually a really good car, not just a really good convertible. Looking rather handsome in its original paint, which GM called Autumn Maple Firemist (no, Im not kidding), this is the archetypal Eldorado convertible. It shows signs of conscientious maintenance over its life and its likely that very few of these were ever purchased as daily drivers, which would explain both the condition for a car approaching 35 years old. The Eldorados crisp lines lend themselves to convertible styling, and the experts at ASC, who actually built the cars for GM, did a wonderful job of making it look nearly identical to its faux-convertible hardtop siblings with the top up (spotters tip: the convertibles have smaller rear windows). The Biarritz is easily identified by the spear of stainless trim that extends along the fenders and window sills, giving the already very flashy Eldo a lot of eyeball appeal. Its certainly not perfect, but for a car thats been driven and enjoyed, its quite good and shows you that these cars have always been something special to someone. The interior is pure Cadillac overkill, with pillow-tufted burgundy leather seats and lots of faux wood trim, but thats why these cars are so cool. They represent an era when technology was colliding with traditional luxury, and Cadillac worked hard to stay at the forefront. Dig the digital climate control and information center over on the drivers side of the dash, and every power accessory known to man was standard equipment on the Eldorado convertible. Someone has also added a set of tiny auxiliary gauges under the dash, which is probably helpful when your only real gauges are a speedometer and fuel gauge. Twin buckets show modest wear but no damage, and the back seat looks almost completely untouched. Matching burgundy carpets add some dignity to the interior, along with the matching dash and steering wheel, which should look familiar to anyone who drove a Cadillac of the period. Theres also an aftermarket AM/FM/CD stereo that sounds great, even with the top down. The white power top slides into its well with a minimum of fuss, where it hides under a matching burgundy vinyl boot. It also includes a massive trunk thats fully upholstered, including the fuzzy spare tire cover. Cadillacs 4.1 liter V8 with digital fuel injection has turned out to be a reliable dance partner in these cars. Smooth and torquey, with surprisingly good fuel economy, it moves this Eldo easily with a muted V8 hum from the tailpipe. The engine bay is orderly, if not detailed for show, with the only non-stock part appearing to be the open-element air cleaner. You could spend a weekend giving it a good cleaning and it would really pay off. The front-wheel-drive 4-speed automatic overdrive transaxle shifts so smoothly you may not even notice it and its an effortless highway cruiser. The all-independent suspension was tuned fur luxury, and youll be thrilled by just how clean this car is underneath. Since 1976, Eldorados have offered 4-wheel-discs, which live behind those sparkly wire wheelcovers and 205/75/15 Firestone whitewalls. These cars have long since passed from used car to collector status, and while you can find low-mile examples with big price tags, if youre into driving, THIS is the one to own. Call now!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$24,995
1976 Cadillac Eldorado

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30,600

The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado convertible was truly the end of an era. They have languished for years on the sidelines of the hobby, but they are finally seeing some serious attention by hobbyists who realize that theyll never see a car like this again. Values are going up, so use this as your opportunity to get the last of the big Eldos while theyre still affordable. GM billed the 76 Eldorado as the last convertible, and while that turned out not to be the case, it was definitely the end of an era. Never again will land yachts like this roam the highways, and to most enthusiasts, the 76 was the best-looking of the final full-sized Cadillac ragtops. Fender skirts were gone, the clean front end with rectangular headlights will never go out of style, and despite being over 17 feet long, it wears its proportions perfectly. This one offers Chesterfield Brown bodywork, which was a popular color then thats making a big comeback today. The paint is in good condition for its age, showing a few signs of use and some discoloration on the fender extensions, which is typical (they usually didnt even match on the showroom floor). The chrome is in excellent condition and details like the filler panel below the rear license plate and rubber extensions under the taillights are in excellent shape. However, its the interior that truly sets this one apart. Finished in natural Buckskin leather, it looks almost completely unmarked and doesnt betray its mileage in any way. Even the drivers seat shows a minimum of wrinkles and creases. How they managed that, I cant say, but it is every bit as nice as it appears in photos. The carpets, the dash pad, and even the door panels, which tended to crack with exposure to the sun, are all extremely nice. Theres also an ultra-rare carpeted floor mat, which you wont find in any catalog, and the original AM/FM stereo radio is still in the dash. GMs famous scissor-style power top folds neatly into the well where it takes up exactly zero shoulder space in the back seat, making this a true 6-seater. The giant trunk is outfitted with correct mats, a full-sized spare, and a jack. It was also the final year for Cadillacs 500 cubic inch V8. Smooth and effortless, it moves the 5200 pound ragtop easily. It seems to ignore hills and the load of the A/C compressor, and teamed with the TH425 automatic, it remains a superb highway cruiser. Like the rest of the car, the engine bay is tidy and in very good condition, with plenty of evidence of recent work. It has been tuned and the belts and hoses are new, so its ready to enjoy. The original Quadrajet carb was rebuilt, it wears correct Cadillac Blue engine enamel, and theres R134a refrigerant in the A/C system. Underneath its impressively solid, with a replacement exhaust system and standard 4-wheel disc brakes, which were also just serviced. 235/75/15 whitewall radials are fitted to the original wheels and carry correct hubcaps with black centers, which was a 1976-only feature. Fans of 70s luxury cannot do better than the legendary Eldorado convertible, and this one is extremely good in a lot of ways. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$13,995
1989 Cadillac Brougham

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82,497

The last of the true American rear-wheel-drive land cruisers, this 1989 Cadillac Brougham provides a ride like nothing youve ever driven before. If youre already a fan, I dont have to tell you about the almost unbelievable feeling of isolation inside, and if youre looking for your first hobby car, this might be a great choice, because there will never be anything like it again. Driven around 2700 miles per year, this car definitely doesnt look its age. Refinished two years ago in pearl white with a new contrasting black padded vinyl roof, this is the ideal car to drive in the warm, sunny south like this one, and it still looks elegant today. This long Cadillac sedan stretches nearly 19 feet, making it the longest car in production in 1989, just in case size matters. Clearly someone has been taking good care of it, because all four doors fit well (they used extra seals on the Brougham to ensure silence inside), the paint has a fantastic shine, and the chrome shines up quite well. There are no winters in this cars history, so rust is a non-issue, and despite the fact that the design dates back to the late-70s, it has aged quite gracefully and still looks like money today. The 2-year-old padded roof shows almost no discoloration, no tears, and definitely no rust underneath, and the urethane bumper fillers are in great shape, which is a frequent issue with cars like this. Cadillacs top-of-the-line looks the part with a sumptuous gray leather interior. The seats are still supportive and supple, the perfect place to eat up hundreds of miles in relaxed comfort. Every available power accessory was standard equipment, including dual power seats, power windows, power locks, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and automatic climate control. The gray blue carpets are a little discolored, but thanks to matching gray floor mats, it should last forever. The headliner was replace two years ago when the top was done, so thats one issue youll never have to deal with. The back seat offers accommodations that you might only find in a limousine these days, with stretch-out legroom that could probably qualify for its own zip code. The original AM/FM/cassette stereo sounds great in the hushed cabin, and the massive trunk includes its original mats, space-saver spare, and jack assembly. The engine is a 307 cubic inch V8, not from Cadillac but Oldsmobile. Reliable, unobtrusive, torque, and smooth, its the ideal powerplant for a luxury cruiser like this. No, it wont win you any drag races, but it loafs along at 80 MPH without a single vibration or sound intruding into the cabin, and you just know this car was designed for guys in Texas who like to haul across the desert at 100 MPH. Its nicely maintained, and thanks to its low mileage, just getting broken in, as these cars are known to run for more than 200,000 miles without needing much more than oil changes. It has been recently serviced with new belts and hoses, fresh fluids, and a new eater pump. A 4-speed automatic transmission helps with the luxury mission with smooth shifts, and the suspension rides like a cloud regardless of the load, thanks to an automatic leveling system. Theres also a brand new exhaust system from front to back, maintaining the hushed sound that youd expect. 15-inch wheels with stock wire wheelcovers have been shod with fresh 225/75/15 whitewall radials, as original. Cars like this not only represent a ton of sheetmetal for the money, where else are you going to get a full-sized, V8-powered Cadillac for the price of a 10-year-old Honda? Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$59,995
1947 Cadillac Series 62

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48,435

Following World War II, Cadillac was still the Standard of the World and this 1947 Cadillac Series 62 convertible would showcase the fact that you were still a master of the universe. Big, comfortable, and flamboyant, its also one of the best-driving cars of the era with lots of power, incomparable ride quality, and enough chrome to outfit a fleet of modern Buicks. In the pre-fin era, this car is a movie star. Madeira Maroon is a traditional color on big Cadillac ragtops, and it seldom looks better than it does on this 47. Elegant but a little sporty, its perfect for the sleek convertible. And make no mistake, this is a very big car, although its proportions neatly disguise its sheer mass. It was refinished in the 1990s, so theres some wear evident throughout, mostly because this car drives well enough that it has never been a trailer queen. You can wear those minor nicks and scratches with pride, however, because youll want to take this car everywhere you go. The restoration work was rather well done at the time, because the doors fit well, the hood doesnt rub the fenders, and it all lines up neatly. All that chrome is in good shape, with shiny bumpers and nice stainless, and only very, very minor pitting in some of the pot metal pieces such as the taillight housings. Overall, its still pretty darned impressive. The red leather interior has that just-right look that says this car has been driven and enjoyed but not neglected. The leather has plenty of comfort marks, but no real issues, so it feels a bit more casual than your average vintage Cadillac. The matching door panels and color-coordinated carpets make for a traditional interior, and the dashboards two-tone look with a band of cream around the perimeter of the interior really sets it off. Round gauges monitor all the cars vitals, along with an aftermarket temperature gauge under the dash. The big ivory plastic steering wheel has a few cracks, which are all but inevitable on a car this age, but again it looks inviting, not deteriorated. Power windows were standard in the Series 62 convertible, and along with the front seat, theyre powered by a hydraulic pump under the hood so give them time to do their thing. The tan canvas convertible top is showing some age, but if youre doing it right, youll only need it for emergencies and theres a good-sized trunk in back, perfect for road trips. Cadillacs bulletproof 346 cubic inch flathead V8 was made even more durable by virtue of its service in WWII tanks. Its a little scruffy under the hood, but the big torque V8 spins to life easily and idles with a mellow V8 burble thats still appealing after all these years. Theres plenty of torque on tap to make even this giant car feel quick enough around town and thanks to the 4-speed Hydra-Matic automatic transmission and 3.36 gears out back, its a fantastic highway cruiser as well. It still has proper Cadillac olive green paint on the block and heads, an oil bath air cleaner, and even porcelainized manifolds, so the engine bay is just a good cleaning away from being right. The same is true underneath where you get a solid chassis, recent exhaust system, and no signs of rot. And even though the steering and brakes are unassisted, control efforts are quite reasonable even with those fat 8.20-15 BFGoodrich whitewall tires. Always a popular tour car, this CCCA-approved Full Classic Cadillac delivers great road manners to match its movie star looks. Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)
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$11,995
1992 Cadillac Allante

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71,546

When Cadillac unveiled the Allante, it was also an announcement that they were once again serious about building high-end luxury cars. With a body by Pininfarina and robust Cadillac mechanicals, this 1992 Cadillac Allante was a beautifully built and stylish machine. And it was priced accordingly, although GM probably lost money on every single one, thanks to a custom-built 747 hauling 56 Allantes at a time to and from Italy for finishing. Today, they represent a great deal of luxury and performance for not much money. This 1992 Cadillac Allante is an extremely clean specimen wrapped in a highly desirable color scheme of bright red over black leather. Pearl white was almost the Allantes signature color, but the read really brings out the chiseled good looks and even driving them around today, you will find most people dont realize its 25 years old. As a hand-assembled car, panel gaps and alignment are better than the rest of the Cadillac line up, and the paint is truly worthy of a $60,000 automobile. Details are clean and crisp, from the traditional Cadillac grille up front to the slick clear taillights that pre-dated the current trend by more than a decade. The black canvas convertible top is in excellent condition, and folds into its well behind the seats where it is covered by a hard shell. Most Allantes were dressed with tan leather, but this one sports a gorgeous black leather interior instead, and its a spectacular contrast to the paint. The leather is in excellent condition and those seats are still as comfortable today as they were in 1992. Cadillac used the Allante to explore new technology, and youll find a set of digital gauges (theyre all fully operational and bright), as well as a computer that will monitor things such as low fluids and even reminds you to turn on your headlights. Automatic climate control was, of course, part of the package, as well as a powerful stereo system that stills sounds great with the top down. The seats have a comfortable, lived-in look, but no signs of damage or neglect, and the trunk compartment looks like new. 1992 was the final year of Cadillacs venerable 4.9 liter OHV V8, which, in Allante trim, made 200 horsepower. Extremely reliable and with enough power to make the Allante a sprightly performer on the road, its the ideal traveling partner when the sun is shining and the top is down. The engine is backed by a 4-speed automatic that delivers crisp shifts and has quick reflexes for when you want to run fast, something this car is more than capable of doing. Underneath, its very clean and shows no signs of rust or structural damage, owing to careful ownership for the past 27 years. It fires up with a subtle bark from the exhaust, which suggests power in a sophisticated way, and pulls cleanly to speeds thatll get you jail time in most states. Factory alloys are in excellent shape and carry recent 16-inch Toyo radials. A V8-powered bright red 2-seater with every luxury feature imaginable for $12 grand? Nice! No, they didnt really unseat the Mercedes SL as the convertible to own, but without the Allante, its doubtful that Cadillac would be enjoying their current renaissance. Isnt it time to treat yourself to a luxury convertible? Call today!... Read more

Lithia Springs, GA 30122 (19 miles away)

$18,500
1961 Cadillac Series 62

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58,141

Here is a 1961 Cadillac 6200 series 2 door. In 1961 your engine options on this Cadillac was a 390/325HP Overhead Valve engine with Cast Iron Black and Hydraulic Valve Lifters. They also can with a Rochester 4 barrel carb. but this car now has an Eldebrock 4 barrel carb. The transmission is a 4 speed Hydra-Matic. The car runs out and shifts out good. It has factory power windows, power locks, and power seat. The power windows work good but the power seat is not currently working. It also came from factory with power steering and power brakes. It is a factory A/C car and it blows but I think it needs a new compressor. The exterior is painted yellow and is driver quality. There are a few places with bubbles on the body. ( See Pics ) It looks to have the original bumpers still. All the lights work including headlights, taillights and blinkers. The interior is nice with black seats in excellent condition as is the carpet, headliner and door panels. It has nice Wire Spoke Wheels with 235/75R15 tires, It starts up easy and like I said the engine runs good.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$18,500
1961 Cadillac Series 62

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58,141

Here is a 1961 Cadillac 6200 series 2 door. In 1961 your engine options on this Cadillac was a 390/325HP Overhead Valve engine with Cast Iron Black and Hydraulic Valve Lifters. They also can with a Rochester 4 barrel carb. but this car now has an Eldebrock 4 barrel carb. The transmission is a 4 speed Hydra-Matic. The car runs out and shifts out good. It has factory power windows, power locks, and power seat. The power windows work good but the power seat is not currently working. It also came from factory with power steering and power brakes. It is a factory A/C car and it blows but I think it needs a new compressor. The exterior is painted yellow and is driver quality. There are a few places with bubbles on the body. ( See Pics ) It looks to have the original bumpers still. All the lights work including headlights, taillights and blinkers. The interior is nice with black seats in excellent condition as is the carpet, headliner and door panels. It has nice Wire Spoke Wheels with 235/75R15 tires, It starts up easy and like I said the engine runs good.... Read more

Bremen, GA 30110 (46 miles away)

$2,000
2000 Cadillac Other Cadillac Models

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94,000

You are looking at a 2000 Cadillac DeVille 4-door Sedan! Only 94,000 original miles, leather interior and fully loaded! Needs a little engine work. You can own it for only $2,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)

$3,500
1983 Cadillac De Ville Sedan

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70,000

You are looking at a 1983 Cadillac DeVille Sedan Limousine! This is a very pretty car that has an 8cld with automatic transmission and royal blue deep plush velour interior! Good running car! You can own it for only $3,500.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.... Read more

Gary Court, SC 29645 (135 miles away)
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$25,000
1976 Cadillac De Ville

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33,000

Highly maintained original. New radiator, brakes,complete exhaust,a/c compressor and American Classic wide whitewall tires. EVERYTHING works as new. The cars has a new custom auto sound stereo with four new kenwood speakers. Plays from cell phone or flash drive. Sounds fantastic. None of the glass has any scratches. All rubber seals on and around the doors is original and soft and undamaged. Seats are fabric and clear vinyl covered since I bought it with 11,000 original miles. I am the second owner and have owned the car for the last twenty years. The car now has about 32,000 original miles. The frame, floor pans and trunk are original of course and in as new condition. It has never been hit and the sides are all original paint. I had the hood, roof and trunk repainted with base coat clear coat at $3,500 due to sun fade. The car is a collectors quality car that has no issues now or ever. New Vogue tires and stainless steel wire wheels. Drive anywhere with confidence. Email me for more pictures and text me any time. 240-271-7919.... Read more

Private Seller
Seymour, TN 37865 (141 miles away)

$22,995
1977 Cadillac Fleetwood Hearse

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20,589

Truly mint condition 41 year old, 20,189 original miles antique Hearse. As seen on Slipknot video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tSsRRSgj6U Mint original blue brocade interior. The exterior is original black paint with and black 'long grain' vinyl sculptured top. This coach has original Cadillac owner manuals and Sales Brochure, 425 cubic inch 7.0 liter v8 with 4-barrel carburetor. It looks brand new, would still be under warranty based on mileage if it wasn't for its age!  This is the "Victoria" model built by S & S (Sayers and Scovill) with original Funeral Home name still on each side of the hearse (Buranovsky), draperies, color-matched black hubcaps with S&S badges, door edge guards, undercoating, traditional chrome triangle hood ornament, tilt wheel, dual remote mirrors, lit coach lamps, chrome wreath / funeral shield package, AM/FM radio w/ power antenna, A/C temperature controlled air conditioning, walnut rear casket table, tinted glass, partition glass w/sliding window, electric power windows, permanent set rear glass, spare tire compartment, built-in church truck well, two -way manual seats, (3) dome lights , eleven casket rollers, skid plates, and bier pins.... Read more

Private Seller
Montgomery, AL 36111 (153 miles away)

$24,995
1996 Cadillac Other Cadillac Models

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38,114

1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Car level controls (OEM). New stainless steel exhaust from front to back , new air condition compressor, new Maxtour tires, and no oil leaks. $24,995 OBO... Read more

Private Seller
Lewisburg, TN 37091 (176 miles away)

$18,995
1966 Cadillac De Ville

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98,742

This car is made for kicking back and cruising down the road in style. It is also the kind of car that epic long-distance road trips are made of. Trying to use it as a getaway car didnt work too well in the movie Hot Pursuit, although watching Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara try was pretty funny. Long straight lines define this car, especially when the top is down. There are only two doors in the 130 inches between the wheels so the medium Blue paint has a lot of real estate to look good on. Up front, the quad headlights were switched to a vertical arrangement perched at the front of the fenders in contrast to the horizontal arrangement on the older models, which created a wider grill. The parking lights were integrated into a bold chrome bar running through the middle of the rectangular mesh of that grill which is underlined by a bumper that follows the contours from side to side. Of-course the long hood leads proudly with a Cadillac crest. A long straight line of chrome side molding runs front to rear passing just over the rear wheel spats that add to the awesome look. Fins were getting smaller but are still present capped by big tall taillights that are integrated with the rear bumper. Open the door and slide in, or just hop right over them, and you are in an interior that is as spacious and comfortable as your living room in both the front and back seats. There is a substantial pull handle on the inside of the door that makes closing it easier once you are in, and once there, the window switches are at your fingertips. The Blue and White interior is very stylish with the power operated white convertible roof matching the white seating surfaces which are trimmed in blue. There is a three spoke steering wheel with a Cadillac emblem in the center and a horizontal speedometer with a unique feature for 1966, adjustable automatic dimming headlights with programable Sentinel delay. The controls for the climate control system are on the right side of the column just next to a glove box which is in the center, because, you know, the passenger side of the car is way out of reach of the driver. We wont even mention how big the trunk is. Under the hood you will find a 429 cubic inch engine that has plenty of power to get this car moving off the line, although its not about wheel spinning horsepower as much as it is big torque that gets things moving without a lot of drama. The engine compartment is understated too with gloss black the theme of the day and valve covers that have Cadillac embossed into them. The power is sent back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels and there is a newer exhaust system on the car so you can cruise quietly and enjoy the music or the conversation. The car rides on 235/75R15 white wall tires mounted on steel wheels with full hubcaps with the Cadillac crest in the center. Top down cruising in 60s Cadillac style. Maybe as an enjoyable way to commute, or as a road trip in the making with your friends. Whatever your desires are, come on down and check out this classic Caddy.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$29,995
1964 Cadillac De Ville

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93,404

The origin of the name DeVille, is from the French coachbuilding term de la ville , or of the town . Everyone will be well aware of that when you roll through in this dramatic, Red, Deville convertible. 1964 was the first year for a convertible DeVille, and it was the only year for this body style as they promptly redesigned the car for 65. The long hood reaches forward leading proudly with a Cadillac crest. It is flanked by broad shouldered fenders topped with chrome that shroud dual headlights. Between them is a unique grill with a bi-angular design that forms a V-shape along both is vertical and horizontal planes. A body colored bar cuts through the center from side to side and it is all underlined by a substantial chrome bumper that wraps around the sides. The side itself cuts a long clean line with a thin chrome accent running front to rear. Rear wheel spats enhance the look, and of-course, you gotta love those tail fins that end in steeply angled brake lights. Another Cadillac crest, this time nestled in a laurel wreath graces the trunk lid and the chrome bumper forms an H shape as it captures the taillights and underlines everything nicely. Open the door, or just look inside if the top is down, and you will find a sumptuous Red leather interior. The door panel is a work of art in red and chrome. It is smooth up top, has a perforated center outlined in chrome, then has a long comfortable armrest with the switches for the power windows as well as a crank for the vent window and remote control for the mirror. Go ahead, settle into those gorgeous power leather seats. Now that is Cadillac luxury at its finest! Breathable seating surfaces surrounded by smooth supporting bolsters all stitched up with old school craftsmanship. A two spoke steering wheel sits in front of a red dashboard with a black and chrome instrument panel. An industry first introduced on this car is the completely automatic heating and air conditioning system controlled by a dial thermostat. The white convertible roof is power operated and has a red boot to dress it out when it is folded down. Open the hood and you will find another first in this car. The first 429 cubic inch motor to power a Cadillac is nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. It was developed to provide more torque and power in the lower ranges which would be most useful in traffic and at normal driving speeds. There is a flat black air cleaner feeding air to a Carter AFB 4-barrel carburetor. Valve covers are embossed with Cadillac in script and signs of good regular maintenance include new air conditioning lines on the factory compressor that has been updated to R-134 along with a new alternator and new plugs, cap and wires. Also new was the 3-speed Turbo-Hydromatic transmission that sends the power to the rear wheels. There is a new exhaust system from end to end and new front shocks as well as sway bar bushings along with a nice set of 235/75R15 white wall tires which all add up to help this car drive like a Cadillac should. You will definitely be of the town in this beautiful Red DeVille convertible. No matter what town is that you are rolling through.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)
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$9,995
1980 Cadillac De Ville

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48,690

Cadillac luxury 1980s style. An 8-track tape player is quaint reminder that this car is almost 40 years old, so get those Bee Gees and Rod Stewart 8-tracks out of the attic or look for them again on e-bay, pop one in the deck, and settle in to the comfort of a Coupe DeVille. This car was designed and built when crisp clean body lines gave cars like this Coupe DeVille a unique, substantial, and solid look. Eventually, computers, aerodynamics, and fancy body forming technology would melt all those crisp clean edges into generic looking curves. Aero did start to work its way into this car too though, with a lowered hood line than previous models while still retaining its upright chrome grill and Cadillac crest perched proudly on top leading the way. A big chrome bumper underlines it and more chrome trims out the fender wells and rocker panels. This beautiful shade of blue is called Steel Blue Metallic which still has a nice shine to it and is topped by a Sapphire Blue vinyl top. A tan pinstripe highlights the upper body line leading back to vertical taillights that allow wide access to a sizable trunk with another Cadillac crest and underlined by another chrome bumper. Open the door and you will find classic Cadillac luxury trimmed in Tan leather inside. The door panel sets the tone with wood grained treatment surrounding a vertically pleated section holding a nice big door pull. A long armrest is comfortable on long cruises and places the power window, locks, and mirror switches right at your fingertips. The seats are comfortable and have a fold down armrest between them which offers the option of having a 3rd passenger up front, or of having your significant other slide over close for the ride. A two-spoke steering wheel mounted on a tilt column also has wood grain accents and sits in front of a dashboard that looks really sharp trimmed almost entirely in wood. That classic 8-track player sits in the center just under the air conditioning vents and over the climate control panel. Your back-seat passengers will also be riding in style, so go ahead, load up and head out on a road trip! Under the hood you will find a 6.0-liter V8 engine. A bit of trivia. Later in 1980 production, a V6 engine was offered. It was the first time Cadillac had offered an engine with less than 8-cylinders since 1914! So, this car, with this engine, was the end of an era. It is completely stock with a black snorkel air cleaner sitting on top of a Rochester Quadra-Jet 4-barrel carburetor feeding factory intake and heads. Signs of good regular maintenance include a Harrison A/C compressor with newer lines, updated ignition components like cap, wires and plugs, as well as new belts, hoses and battery. Power flows back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to the rear wheels. Cadillac ride quality is assured with coil springs all around with a sway bar up front to assure good handling too. Power steering makes for easy maneuvering in parking lots and power front disc brakes provide good stopping power. The car sits on 215/75R15 white wall tires with polished hub caps with a Cadillac crest in the center. Cadillac luxury 1980s style. Come on down and check it out. And if you have an 8-track tape, bring it with you.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$19,995
1969 Cadillac Eldorado

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85,300

Large original V8, spacious cabin, and darning angular styling what was once the top luxury vehicle for the 60s is now a vintage cruiser with all the right flair. So when this 1969 Cadillac Eldorado is also so affordable, its time to take notice. The design lines of the sixth generation Eldorado are ones of legend. Its a true statement of personal luxury with flowing details. The extra long hood starts with a sharp middle point and begins a crease line that runs uninterrupted to the doors and emphasizes the sporty kick-up on the rear quarter panels. And the super-slick rear end was there to let you know the excess of the tailfin era was over, but this Cadillac still knew how to pay homage to its history. Also, while youre checking out the rear, take a look at the bumper. That chrome king is integrated into the design better than you can even get on a modern Cadillac. And if its brightwork you like, the front bumper shines just as brilliantly. The sheetmetal looks amazing, and the doors still shut with authority. And on top of this straight body is the original shade of Astral Blue that has the kind of gloss to highlight every crease so this Eldorado looks like a finely pressed suit. The pristine blue vinyl top not only gives this coupe a very European color scheme, but also it gives you a preview of the interior. Inside, youll love how everything from the wood paneling on the door to the plushness of the carpets have defied the decades. The drivers seat has been worn in a bit, but quite frankly, you probably wish you were this complete as you approach nearly half a century on this earth. Plus, you get the kind of luxury 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 windows, power locks, tilt steering wheel, rear defogger, the original AM/FM stereo, and provisions for automatic climate control. You sit behind the original Caddy three-spoke steering wheel and gaze at a clear gauge package. And all the controls are centered around you, because this is built to be a personal luxury machine. But on those days when you want to share the comfort with family and friends, the flat floor of the Eldorado means it really does offer relaxed seating for up to six total. The 472 cubic-inch V8 fills the engine bay, because this was the era when Cadillac was a true master at offering big motors with big power. And more than just being the original numbers-matching V8, you can really tell there has been proper care and maintenance over the years thanks to items like the fresh hoses and belts. Plus, there has been a great eye to preservation as noted by all the factory decals still present under the hood. This V8 keeps its original spirit right down to the Rochester four-barrel carburetor, which allows the big motor to inhale deeply. Best of all, emissions regulations had not yet robbed Detroit of horsepower, so youve got an abundance of muscle to move this luxury machine with ease. The cruising attitude is heightened by a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. A true classic with the right colors and plenty of luxury. This is a great turnkey Caddy at an unbeatable price. So you know a deal like this will be moving soon. Call today!!!... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$7,995
1992 Cadillac Allante

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114,009

The right color; the right features; and the right price. This 1992 Cadillac Allante delivers a modern luxury experience in a package that is guaranteed to turn heads. You can tell this is a well-maintained car from the moment it comes into view. The factory Pearl White paint has a nice soft but deep glow that makes sure it radiates the moment any light hits the finish. So youll have an instant feeling of pride every time this car comes back from the valet stand. Of course, its more than just the paint that makes this one great. The Pininfarina-designed and built body still has the look of fine Italian craftsmanship thanks to the super-straight sheetmetal. And while many cars have chrome accents, this Caddy shows off some Italian flair with the red style line that hugs the entire perimeter of the car like an unbroken circle. Not only does the black roof look like formalwear on this white car, but when you fold it down you have an even more impressive black leather interior. There are two bucket seats that have been engineered to power adjust you and your passenger to the perfect comfort position. And modern R134a air conditioning means you two can stay comfortable with the top down well into the summer season. The whole interior is center around the driver. So all the controls for the power windows, power locks, AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo, information computer, and cruise control are all within easy reach. Plus, Cadillac was great at engineering an airbag steering wheel that still gives you a full view of the gauges. Thats especially nice because this one has the optional digital readout package. And because youll want to enjoy this grand touring Caddy for plenty of weekend trips, the trunk is large enough to handle luggage and the golf clubs together. Under the hood, the 4.5-liter V8 shows all signs of originality. This multi-port fuel-injection motor was designed to compete with the best in the world. In fact, Cadillac invested heavily in this car because they were out to be a better droptop than the Mercedes SL. So they made sure to hit their makes for powerful and luxurious. Thats why you have features like a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, and a luxurious ride. And just like the Europeans, this Allante can hold the road with authority thanks to great driving components like four-wheel disc brakes, ABS, and a fully independent suspension. A nicely package and nicely preserved luxury droptop offered at an obtainable price. This Caddy is exactly what you want, and its ready for you to enjoy the long way home right now. Call today!!!... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$9,995
1976 Cadillac De Ville

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67,047

Cadillac has always built cars considered the gold standard of luxury. This 1976 model makes that point with the biggest interior of any car of the day. They also have stayed at the leading edge of automotive technology introducing the first mass produced V8 in 1914 and for this car, building a 500 cubic inch engine that makes 400 horsepower and 550-lbs ft of torque. If you have ever wondered what it was like to drive a Cadillac of this era, or had the desire to own one, you should come down and check this one out. The tasteful and striking color of this car is called Firethorn Red. Leading the way at the front of that long hood is a big chrome bumper that shines like new with big vertical guards framing the license plate. A V-shaped eggcrate grille is flanked by quad headlights and has a Cadillac crest adorning the nose of the hood. A thin line of chrome runs down the center and a pin-stripe follows the tapered line of the hood trailing back along the top of the doors. There is more polished metal edging the fender wells and running along the beltline from front to rear. The trunk also has a pin-stripe highlight and there are tall marker lights dressed in chrome along with the back bumper. The vinyl roof is in nice shape and looks especially great from the side with its fixed rear window and all four door windows rolled down. The interior of this car has plenty of room to spread out with 62 inches of front shoulder room in the front seat and 63 inches in the back. Open the door and you will find a red interior with luxurious wood accenting the doors and dash. Chrome piping and brushed metal trims out the controls for the power windows and locks as well as the dash controls and vents. A red 3-spoke steering wheel has a wooden insert running all around it and a Cadillac crest set in wood in the center. Controls for the lights, wipers, climate control and cruise control are to the left of the speedometer with the switch for the power antennae (remember those?) and the radio off to the right. The luxurious power seats are dressed in red cloth and couldnt be any more comfortable for a long cruise. Carpets and headliner are also done in red and the trunk is big enough to swallow all the luggage for a car full of people taking an extended vacation. Raise that long hood up and you will find that 500 cubic inch powerhouse. It is not a fire breathing race car engine, but rather one that can move this big car around smoothly and effortlessly (and quickly if you wish) without making a fuss and without breaking a sweat. It appears to be completely stock with signs of routine maintenance. It is loaded up with all the expected accessories. Power steering and power front disc brakes, a big alternator and cruise control. The power of that engine runs back through a 3-speed automatic transmission to drive the rear wheels. The car sits on new 22570R15 white wall tires all around mounted on steel wheels with Cadillac hubcaps. Cadillac. The gold standard of luxury. Come on down and experience what that was like in 1976.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)

$13,995
1988 Cadillac Allante

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Miles
38,906

The Allante was a limited production, two seat luxury roadster designed by Italian coachbuilder Pininfarina and built with Cadillac running gear. It was expensive to produce because the bodies were flown over from Italy to be assembled in Detroit, and only about 3,000 per year were built for its seven-year run. This is a beautiful, fun and rare Cadillac with only 39,000 miles on it that could be yours. Red just seems like the right color for this car. A subtle color on a Cadillac roadster just wouldnt seem right. The lines of the car however are simple and clean. The hood slopes down to a rectangular grill with the Cadillac emblem proudly displayed in the center flanked by rectangular headlights. Body colored bumpers have chrome strips set into them for a little flash and there is a thin chrome line running down the side of the car. Clean lines continue at the back of the car with simple rectangular taillights with Cadillac in script on them. The manually operated convertible roof is black and in addition, there is a Red removable hardtop that is nice for use in the winter and gives the car a whole other look. The car sits on factory alloy wheels with Cadillac centers all around. Open the door and you will find a door panel sets the tone for the interior with a dark brown upper and tan lower. Of-course there are power windows and lock at your fingertips as well as a two-position seat memory switch that controls dual Recaro 12-way adjustable seats that are comfortable and supportive works of German engineering and art. A unique two-spoke wheel sits in front of a digital dashboard with easy to read displays and the original 38,906 miles showing on the odometer. Controls for lights, wipers, and cruise control are at your fingertips just below the display with the climate control system as well as the driver information system within easy reach in the center console. At the bottom of the console is the GM/Bose symphony sound system that was, and still is, a great sounding system. Below the stereo is the T-handle shifter for the 4-speed automatic transmission and in the back, you will find a good-sized trunk plenty big enough for two sets of golf clubs. Under the hood you will find a 4.1-liter V8 with a tuned intake manifold system that feeds high-flow cylinder heads. It sits transversely in the engine bay because this is front wheel drive car, (which is a big reason that the trunk on this car is so large). An F-7 4-speed automatic transmission gets the power to the front wheels and an independent strut type of suspension handles the curves in this roadster without sacrificing Cadillac ride quality. A Bosch antilock brake system operates 4-wheel disc brakes for safety and performance and the rubber meets the road through 225/60R15 tires all around. Check out this fine example of a unique and rare Cadillac. You might be glad you did and end up driving it home.... Read more

LaVergne, TN 37086 (195 miles away)
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