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In 1965 the all-new Cadillac shape was arguably the best of the ’60s from GM’s top-of-the-line, and a few subtle mods enhance the sleek look without erasing the car’s identity. The side moldings are gone, and so the car looks even longer. The super-tight panel gaps and flush-fitting fender skirts also really extend the sleekness of the profile.
The original AM radio is in the dash for a nice display, but a custom like this really needs upgraded driving music. That’s why there’s an AM/FM/CD stereo system hidden in the glove box. And two features you’re going to love are the power windows and the power convertible top.
So if you want all eyes on your tomorrow, you need to call today!
This 1965 Cadillac Deville convertible has a super-smooth body that has all the right accessories and investments to really flaunt it. And when you add in a custom leather interior and plenty of big block power, you have a full package designed to cruise anywhere and turn heads everywhere.