1967 Cadillac Sedan DeVille 46874 Miles Doeskin Poly Sedan 429ci V8 Automatic

1967 Cadillac DeVille

Condition: Used
Make: Cadillac
Model: DeVille
Type: Sedan
Year: 1967
Mileage: 46874
VIN: B7178403
Color: Doeskin Poly
Engine: 429ci V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: --
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Description for Cadillac DeVille 1967

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this beautiful 1967 Cadillac Sedan DeVille for your consideration. This low mileage car features a 429 Cubic inch V8 with 4 barrel carb, with 340 HP, mated to a Turbohydramatic 400, 3-speed automatic transmission. It has an AM-FM radio. Power steering, power brakes, windows, locks, and seats. Featuring tilt and telescopic steering column, optional tissue dispenser, and of course air conditioning. It is body number 21657 of 59902, built the second week of January that year. The vehicle still has a set of correct and unique three-line whitewall General Dual 90 tires offered that year. They are older and used for display purposes only. To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website br /- The name "DeVille" is derived from the French de la ville or de ville meaning "of the town".1 #fn1 In French coach building parlance, a coupé de ville, from the French couper (to cut) i.e. shorten or reduce, was a short four-wheeled closed carriage with an inside seat for two and an outside seat for the driver and this smaller vehicle was intended for use in the town or city (de ville). An (unshortened) limousine or (in the United States) town car has a division between the passenger and driver compartments and if the driver's seat is outside it may be called a sedanca de ville or town car.
The first Cadillac "Coupe de Ville" was shown during the 1949 Motorama. It was built on a Cadillac Sixty Special chassis and featured a dummy air-scoop, chrome trim around front wheel openings, and a one-piece windshield and rear glass. The interior was black and trimmed in gray leather, including the headliner, to match the roof color. It was equipped with a telephone in the glove compartment, a vanity case and a secretarial pad in the rear armrest, power windows and highly decorative chrome interior trim. The prototype "Coupe de Ville" was used by GM President Charles E. Wilson until 1957 when he presented it to his secretary. At some time during this period it acquired a dark Vicodec roof. The prototype "Coupe de Ville" was found and restored in the 2nd decade of the New Millennium; it is currently (2016–17) in a private collection in London, Ontario, Canada.
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