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We could tell you how long and luxurious this 2004 Cadillac DTS is with its loaded interior and Northstar V8 power. But we really know you're the most curious about how this modern Caddy was given the full custom convertible treatment. So dig into the details on a car you know will be an envy of the neighborhood.
As a Cadillac fan, you already know the factory didn't make any droptops sedans recently. In fact, we've gone half a century since the Lincoln Continental was the last luxury four-door convertible. But this is a custom build done so well that you're going to get people who swear Cadillac did it just for you. It's an expensive customization done by Coach Builders Limited (now Droptop Customs), and that's over the already pricy DTS DeVille's cost. And it's this expensive nature that has kept this custom Caddy in good condition. The Crimson paint is believed to be the original application, and it has a pearlescent glow that loves the sunlight (exactly what you want in a custom sunshine-friendly machine.) Plus, the full gold pinstriping package is a clean and premium standout that coordinates with the stripe within the Vogue tires. Even the roof looks good when it's in place. The tan has a timeless color combo against the red, and this is a true professional custom, so it has a taut look as its fixed over the long sedan body.
That long roof is also power operated. After all, Cadillac luxury means never having to leave the driver's seat when you want to be open to the world. That's why you have power windows, too. So it's easy steps anytime you want to show the world how distinct your DTS really is. You have a terrific two-tone beige interior that has the same premium contrast look against the exterior red as the top color, and so you get a terrific look with the roof up or down. The supple leather feels great, and as a true full-size Cadillac, it has the kind of rear legroom that is instantly inviting to family and friends. Having a modern custom convertible also means having the best in modern luxury. This includes power front seats, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, tilt steering column, cruise control, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and a premium Bose AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo. Heated seats and automatic climate control means you and your passenger can stay comfortable with the top down no matter if you enjoy this at noon in the summer of a crisp fall evening.
Cadillac's Northstar V8 engine is the one to have. It's 32-valve setup makes it lively from the stoplights, and the 300 horsepower gives you pep even at highway speeds. It shows all the right signs of proper maintenance. It fires up with a powerful but subdued sound like a modern fuel-injected luxury motor should, and it cruises effortlessly thanks to the four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. A modern Cadillac also means that your luxury ride is far more than just a floating experience. The fully-independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes give this custom convertible an assured feeling going down the road.
Complete with owner's manual, this was an expensive custom convertible when new. So to have still looking so good, and yet with an obtainable price, means you're going to have to hurry to catch this deal. Call today!!!
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