Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Power, luxury, and size this 1996 Cadillac DeVille represents American end-of-the-century luxury at its finest. So, when you can find one that has spent a lifetime in great care with only 1-owner, the value goes beyond the big V8 under the hood and the luxury interior.
This desirable body style is the high-selling DeVille, with 1996 being the last year before these K-body Caddys received a more rounded design. The deep Red Tint Coat paint is factory original, and it still has the terrific luster a distinguished Cadillac should. Plus, no DeVille is complete without a little gold, and the pin-stripe, hood ornament, and rear badging handle that requirement more than adequately. Just that subtle contrast of color really adds to the sophisticated undertone of this big red beauty. Cadillac really built a handsome full-sized sedan to continue their land-yacht legacy that features big chrome-accented bumpers at each end and full-length trim to visually connect it all. These DeVilles even have plenty of classic elements like the big rear quarters that look like integrated fender skirts and even a hint of tailfin that harkens back to glory days of design. And this one really looks like someone cared about its appearance right down to the intricate factory wheels.
Inside, there's acres of interior space so family and friends can spread out. There's plenty of beige leather and contrasting wood applique, which gives this a very distinct and sophisticated style to go with its luxury feeling. There's seating for up to six, but the driver is always king. With a fold-down armrest, and a six-way power seat that's also heated, it's easy to get comfortable in this Caddy. Plus, it's loaded with all the right features, including automatic climate control, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, airbags, keyless entry, and a factory AM/FM/Cassette player. The trunk has enough room for you to have a month-long getaway that includes the golf clubs and of course, it closes with Cadillac's famously easy electric latch.
Under the hood, the numbers-matching motor is still nestled in the engine bay, and it looks like a 1996 time capsule. Below the factory plastic covers is the famous 4.6-liter Northstar 32-valve V8 engine. Yes, this is the same reliable fuel-injected powerplant that began Cadillac's new embrace towards speed and performance to match their luxury. But Caddy still knew that luxury wags the dog. That means plenty of power whenever you need it, and the kind of quiet operation that keeps in good standing with the neighbors. And this symphony of power & luxury is a dynamic best felt on the open road. Handling the power is a 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive, and the suspension is set up for easy cruising with thick sway bars at each end. Plus, the power steering, cruise control, and power four-wheel disc brakes are all perfect for the long haul.
Offered for sale with its original owner's manual, this is a beautiful 1-owner, 99k actual mile Caddy that was cherished all its life so far, and now it's time for you to carry that torch. Call today!!!
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