213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Here's your opportunity to get your hands on a survivor from the new class of classics. This 1991 Cadillac Coupe DeVille represents a well-preserved and rare example from the final years of a storied model.
This shows all signs of being the original Antelope Firemist paint. These are special optional applications that adds a nice metallic element to allow this Cadillac to shine like a true premium classic. The sliver lower section and brown full-length pinstripe add to car's sophistication. But the part you're going to like the best is the half vinyl roof finished in Light Antelope. It's part of the special rare Cabriolet roof option. This kind of distinction is always welcomed, because we're looking at one of the final years for the Coupe DeVille - a car that practically defined American motoring elegance. That's why this one has been so well preserved. The panels are straight; the trim is complete; and the bumpers have a mirror-like shine... it's a true quality find right down to the factory wire wheels and new tires.
Plush is the operative word inside. This is a full-sized coupe so you can choose to seat six or fold down the armrests in both rows to give four people individual supple leather comfort. This coupe is built to keep the driver comfortably in control, and so all the essential components are within your fingertips - everything from the automatic A/C climate control to the digital trip computer. As a true Cadillac this is loaded with features like power seat driver's, ABS, power locks, power windows, the original AM/FM/cassette stereo, rear defogger, keyless entry, and the classic power close on the Caddys big trunk.
The 1991 model year was important because fuel-injected V8 was enlarged to 4.9-liters - the largest of the series. This is believed to be the original motor, and it has the look of proper care. And the way this fires up easily and idles smoothly reaffirms the understanding of its well-kept low-mileage life (averaging under 1,300 miles annually.) The four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive gives it great off-the-line response and pleasant highway manners. And cruise control means this classic Caddy remains a great long-distance tourer. Add in power steering, power front disc brakes, and a fully independent suspension that's supple yet athletic, and you get a competent car that loves the grand touring experience.
This is a true classic, and so the sale comes with great paperwork. It includes the original window sticker, owner's manual, some maintenance records, and a service manual. It's a rare car in rare survivor form, so you know this opportunity is quite rare. Call today!!!
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