Through 1964, Cadillac continued to market its premium Series 62 hardtops as “DeVille” models. From 1959 and onward, DeVille Sedans were offered in four-window and six-window variants, with the former featuring especially appealing rooflines. The 1961 models boasted dramatic space-age styling with thin-pillar rooflines and rocket-inspired fins that were complemented by the lower body “skeg” trim. If you have been in the market for one of these beauties, then you’re in luck. Classic Car Investments has a stunning 1961 Cadillac DeVille four-window sedan currently up for sale in the breathtaking Dresden Blue Metallic paint.
For being mostly all-original, this Cadillac DeVille is in amazing condition. It’s a true survivor with mostly all-original paint, all-original brightwork, an all-original interior, and only 36,000 actual miles clocked on the odometer. You can tell that this beauty has been babied and extremely well taken care of. The Dresden Blue Metallic exterior matches nicely with the Cromwell blue cloth and leather interior. The car has spent most of its life indoors as evidenced by the completely rock solid and rust-free body. It sits on its original wheels and hubcaps with Coker American Classic wide whitewall radial tires that provide a smooth and enjoyable ride.
This 1961 Cadillac DeVille Sedan still has its original carpeting and original blue matching Cadillac floor mats–all in excellent condition. All of the brightwork inside the car shines as it should and really speaks to its preservation. The power windows, power seats, heater and defroster, power antenna, and horn all work. Inside the trunk, you will find the original dealer’s tag, along with the car’s original trunk liner, paint, weather-stripping, jack, spare, and jack instructions.
This low-mileage DeVille is in excellent mechanical condition; it fires right up and runs well. It’s powered by its original 390 cubic-inch V8 engine paired to an automatic transmission that runs very strong and smoothly. The engine bay has been meticulously detailed and will really impress spectators at your local car show. Even the undercarriage is nice and solid, without any signs of rusting. All of the original sheet metal is in excellent condition, including the floors and rockers. The brakes have been checked and the battery has been replaced. This car is ready to go!
It’s hard to find survivors like this, so take advantage of this rare opportunity and call today!
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