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Did Cadilac make a 1972 convertable? I'm not talking about the Eldo just the devilles
 
posted: May 17, 2010
 
    
 
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cadillacjack
    
No convertible was available for the Deville models in 1972, only for the Eldorado's.

The DeVille came as a 4 door sedan (99,531 produced) or a 2 door coupe (95,280 produced).
posted:  May 17, 2010
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trdkings
    
I agree, none were made from the factory. I believe some were produced aftermarket from the coupe 2 door models.
posted:  May 19, 2010
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richclas
    
No. Just the Eldorado in 1972. I have a 1970 DeVille convertible.
sources: My brain.
posted:  August 28, 2011
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