1972 CadillacDeVille4DR35,319 MilesBlueSedan472 cid V8Automatic

1972 Cadillac DeVille 4DR

Technical specifications of Cadillac DeVille 1972

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: College Place, Washington, United States
Make: Cadillac
Model: DeVille
SubModel: 4DR
Type: Sedan
Trim: 4DR
Year: 1972
Mileage: 35319
VIN: 00006D49R2Q290977
Color: Blue
Engine size: 472 cid V8
Power options: --
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Blue
Options: --
Vehicle Title: --
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Car description

AUTOCHOICE Is Yours Dot Com is proud to present to you a one of a kind two owner 1972 Cadillac Sedan Deville. Owned by the present owner since 1980 and always garaged where it currently is parked. You will note towards the end of the photos is a picture of the concrete, that is where the car has been parked since 1980 and NO oil marks on the pavement. That is extra ordinary in and of itself. Also note all the original paperwork including the side sticker from the factory showing the retail price of $8,167.40. Also the "Pre-Delivery Inspection Report" showing the procedure at the time before the car was delivered to the new owner. The New Vehicle Warranty showing the name of the new owner and date of delivery of August 8, 1972 with only 14 miles on it. Also the Emissions control systems book and the Owners Manual and Consumer Information booklet. These are all important parts of the car as it was delivered to the new owner.What amazed me is the AC still works and still has the R12 freon. Note how clean the engine compartment is and all the labels. This car has been well cared for by both owners with all history well preserved. The video shows as it was backed into the garage demonstrates how smooth the engine runs.Bottom line, this car any person would be proud to own. It is truly original and is accident free to the best knowledge of the current owner. You are free to call/text with any questions, (509) 301-1498..Want to know more about this vintage of Cadillac:.Pinnacles in luxury and dimension: 19601976Cadillac Eldorado Brougham all-transistor car radio-1957 dashInstalling a transmission on a Cadillac in Wayne, Michigan, 1973The dual-reservoir brake master cylinder, with separate front and rear hydraulic systems, was introduced in 1962, six years ahead of the Federal requirement. The first fully automatic heater-air conditioning system also appeared, as did the three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission; it would become the GM standard model for several decades. From the late 1960s, Cadillac offered a fiber-optic warning system[citation needed] to alert the driver to failed light bulbs. The use of extensive bright-work on the exterior and interior also decreased each year after 1959. By the 1966 model year, even the rear bumpers ceased to be all chromelarge portions were painted, including the headlight 1966, Cadillac had its best annual sales to that point, over 192,000 units (142,190 of them de Villes),[30] an increase of more than 60%.[31] This was exceeded in 1968, when Cadillac topped 200,000 units for the first time.[32] 1967 and 1968 saw the introduction of a host of federally mandated safety features, including energy-absorbing steering columns and wheels, soft interior and instrument panel knobs and surfaces, front shoulder belts, and side marker lights.The front-wheel-drive Eldorado was launched in 1967, setting a new standard for a personal luxury car. Its simple, elegant design was a far cry from the tailfin and chrome excesses of the 1950s. Cadillac's success grew against rivals Lincoln and Imperial, which had division sales topping all of Chrysler for the first time in 1970.[33] The new 472 cu in (7.7 l) engine that debuted in the 1968 model year, designed for an ultimate capacity potential of 600 cu in (9.8 l),[34] was increased to 500 cu in (8.2 l) for the 1970 Eldorado. It was adopted across the model range beginning in 1975. Driver and front passenger airbags ("Air Cushion Restraint System") began to be offered on some Cadillac, as well as other Buick and Oldsmobile luxury models, in 1974, however this option was unpopular as was discontinued after the 1976 model year. The pillarless Coupe deVille ended with the 1973 model, while the Sedan deVille remained pillarless through 1976.The 1970s saw new extremes in vehicle luxury and dimension. The 1972 Fleetwood was some 1.7 in (43 mm) longer in wheelbase and 4 in (100 mm) overall, compared to the 1960 Series 75 Fleetwood; the entry-level 1972 Calais was 2.4 in (61.0 mm) longer than the equivalent 1960 Series 62, on the same wheelbase.[35] Models gained a smoother ride while vehicle weight, standard equipment, and engine displacement were all increased. Cadillac experienced record sales in 1973 and again in the late 1970s. In May 1975, the Seville was introduced as a competitor to the growing import luxury car market and was marketed as "international size".

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