1965 Cadillac DeVille Convertible

The 1965 Cadillacs were designed in response to the hugely successful slab-sided 1961-1965 Lincolns. For the first time in almost 20 years of Cadillac manufacturing, it had no tail fins.

19,200 DeVille convertibles were built in 1965.  This car was special-ordered in Cascade Green at Haley’s Cadillac in Nebraska City, Nebraska by Mr. Harris Trezise.  It has gone only 42,000 miles since new and has only had a new paint job (by AP Auto Spa in San Diego), a new canvas top (by OB Upholstery in San Diego) and new period-correct dealer-supplied vogue tires (by Marvin K. Brown Cadillac, San Diego).

The car is powered by its original 429 cubic inch V-8, producing 340 horsepower, and is mated to the legendary Cadillac turbo hydra-matic transmission.

While many 1965 Cadillacs are still on the road and coveted by collectors, this convertible is one of very few in near-new condition.  In 2010, it won “Best in Class” from the Cadillac-La Salle Club at their annual San Diego meet.

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