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1964 Cadillac Deville
























Year: 1964
Vehicle Name: Cadillac Deville
Zip Code: 59901
Trim: Convertible
Body Style: Sedan
Interior Color: Magnetic Gray Metallic
Mileage: 37,250
Price: $29,444
Cash Special:
Down Payment As Low As:
VIN: 64F09472
Description: The white top, and rear window are in fantastic shape. The leather interior is also in very good condition. There appears to be a small oil leak at the drain plug in the oil pan. An possibly a front pump seal letting out a tiny bit of transmission fluid (as you can see in the pictures). But it seems to be in overall very good condition. There are no drips under this car, and everything appears to be in good condition.The exhaust from the headers back looks like it's been recently replaced. The drive line also looks as if it's been replaced fairly recently, but I don't have any specific history on either.There are some aftermarket carburetor tuning that needs to be done, it doesn't idle as smooth as a person might expect out of a Cadillac vs a Hot Rod. We're discussing switching back to the OE setup ... but no decisions have been made at this time. There is an aftermarket stereo installed in the glove compartment, which seems to have been professionally done.The tires have good tread, are of un-known age, but do not exhibit any obvious whether checking or cracking. All glass is in good shape, and shows normal signs of wear but no chips or cracks
Features: The white top, and rear window are in fantastic shape. The leather interior is also in very good condition. There appears to be a small oil leak at the drain plug in the oil pan. An possibly a front pump seal letting out a tiny bit of transmission fluid (as you can see in the pictures). But it seems to be in overall very good condition. There are no drips under this car, and everything appears to be in good condition.The exhaust from the headers back looks like it's been recently replaced. The drive line also looks as if it's been replaced fairly recently, but I don't have any specific history on either.There are some aftermarket carburetor tuning that needs to be done, it doesn't idle as smooth as a person might expect out of a Cadillac vs a Hot Rod. We're discussing switching back to the OE setup ... but no decisions have been made at this time. There is an aftermarket stereo installed in the glove compartment, which seems to have been professionally done.The tires have good tread, are of un-known age, but do not exhibit any obvious whether checking or cracking. All glass is in good shape, and shows normal signs of wear but no chips or cracks
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