1971 Cadillac DeVille Hardtop 2-Door 7.7L (26,800 miles)

1971 Cadillac DeVille Base Hardtop 2-Door

Make: Cadillac
Model: DeVille
Type: Hardtop
Trim: Base Hardtop 2-Door
Year: 1971
Mileage: 26,800
VIN: 683471Q145667
Color: Green
Engine: 7.7L 472cid V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: U/K
Interior color: Green
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Denver, Colorado, United States
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Description for Cadillac DeVille 1971

1971 Cadillac DeVille Base Hardtop 2-Door 7.7L (26,800 miles)
This is a rare find, there are very few cars from this era that have been so well preserved with so few miles. This single owner car is fully functional with everything working as it should. This car is completelyoriginalwith only 26,800 miles. Here is a little more about this beauty!
As with all GM full-size lines, the DeVille was redesigned for 1971. The new GM full-size bodies, at 64.3 inches front shoulder room (62.1 inches on Cadillac) and 63.4 inches rear shoulder room (64.0 inches on Cadillac) set a record for interior width that would not be matched by any car until the full-size GM rear-wheel-drive models of the early to mid-1990s. Pairs of individually housed squarish headlamps were set wider apart. The V-shaped grille had an eggcrate style insert and was protected by massive vertical guards framing a rectangular license plate indentation. A wide hood with full-length windsplints, a prominent center crease and hidden windshield wipers was seen. A Cadillac crest decorated the nose and new indicator lamps appeared atop each front fender. A horizontal beltline molding ran from behind the front wheel housing, almost to the rear stopping where an elliptical bulge in the body came to a point and where thin rectangular side markers were placed above and below the chrome strip. The rear wheel openings were again housed in fender skirts. Tail lamps were of the same type as before but were no longer divided by a chrome bar. Long horizontal back-up lamps were set in the bumper, on either side of a deeply recessed license plate housing. DeVilles were set apart visually by thin bright metal rocker panel steps and signature script on the front fenders bearing the series name. The bottoms of the rear fenders were decorated with a bright metal beauty panel that was wider than the rocker panel strips and blended into the molding running along the bottom of the fender skirt. The standard engine remained the472, still rated at 375 SAE gross horsepower and 365lb·ft (495N·m) of torque.
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