Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
They didn't get much lower, wider, or longer than the 1976 Cadillac Coupe DeVille. With its original big V8 and all the best '70s-style features, this is your new favorite time capsule on wheels.
This is a premium coupe that has been cherished all its life, and you can really see that in the details. Calumet Cream is one of those colors that look great on an angular 70s design. And we know you love the details like how the Buckskin "halo" half vinyl roof coordinates so nicely with the pinstripe. This is a true cruising machine with a hood that's long enough to have its own horizon. Despite this coupe's size, there has been no damage from unseen obstacles, which means all the quarter panels are long and laser straight. Are you starting to get the picture here? This Caddy was someone's special car. That's why the bumpers are mirror-like, the fender skirts are tight, and the classic wire wheel covers shine so bright. There has even been an investment in new rear end cap panels to keep this one looking its best.
What really made Cadillacs special in the 70s was the extremely high level of luxury inside. It comes loaded with the kind of options that you would even want on a brand new car, such as power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt steering wheel, power seat, and a rare and desirable power sunroof. All of these controls have a cool classic look and feel, but best of all, every feature still functions perfectly. You even have provisions for automatic climate control. But probably the feature you'll like the most is the AM/FM stereo with an 8-track player (after all, once you stick an Elvis cartage in there, no one will forget your Caddy.) And while this one has averaged less than 1,600 miles annually, the seats look like there was even less time behind the wheel. And not only does the buckskin leather look fantastically preserved, but also the floor mats look new. This is your cool time capsule coupe.
A Cadillac is a cool cruiser, and there's a lot going on beneath the metal. Under the hood is the monstrous 500 cubic-inch V8 motor that looks as honest as the day it left the Detroit factory. Because this coupe has been about authenticity so much already, it should be no surprise that this is a numbers-matching car. It has a great tidy presentation that also showcases good maintenance and many factory-original decals. You'll also like having a '76 because it was the last year for this big-displacement V8. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, it has the torque to confidently pull away from the stoplights. Plus, the cruising attitude is heightened by a power steering, front disc brakes, and the original TH400 three-speed automatic transmission.
Complete with the full owner's manual packet and other paperwork to prove to you that this is your cherished classic. Don't let this exceptional Caddy sunroof coupe slip away. Call today!!!
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