This 1961 Cadillac DeVille is just the sort of vehicle that would turn heads as you rolled up to the entrance of the local country club to deposit your clubs with a caddy.
Maybe it’s the fact that I’ve started playing golf again after nearly 20 years away from the links, or maybe it’s the creative photography done by this car’s owner, but this 1961 Cadillac DeVille is just the sort of vehicle that would turn heads as you rolled up to the entrance of the local country club to deposit your clubs with a caddy.
Today’s Pick of the Day is a two-owner, 75,000-mile, aircraft-carrier-sized beauty, which the private owner offering it on ClassicCars.com for $27,500 and says is a California car that has spent only the past 14 months in Syracuse, New York.
Photographs – there are 31 included in the advertisement – show the coveted California black plates stored in the car’s massive trunk. Hmmm, wonder how many sets of clubs could fit back there?
The seller notes that the car has working factory air conditioning, power seats and windows, power brakes and steering and a “detailed” engine bay. The seller also points out that the brakes and windshield are new, the V8 engine has been rebuilt, it and transmission have been “fully serviced,” and that there is new window felt throughout the car. Also new is the CustomAutoSound classic radio with iPod and MP3 functionality (and the factory-installed radio also comes with the car).
“Car is driven to car shows and is not a project car,” the seller promises.
“Turn the key and head to shows or for ice cream.” Or the golf course.
So why is the car for sale?
“Only reason for selling is baby on the way.”
To view this listing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day.