1977 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

In 1977, Cadillac celebrated its 75th anniversary and launched the new fifth-generation DeVille, which was smaller and lighter than the previous model. This specific 1977 Coupe DeVille was assembled in the General Motors plant in Linden, New Jersey and is finished in Frost Orange Firemist Metallic with a white tuxedo grain padded roof and external opera lamps. It has a 425ci V8 engine with a 3-speed automatic transmission and has been professionally maintained as part of a private collection. It’s now being offered for auction on PCARMARKET.

The car features Antique Light Buckskin velour and leather upholstery, power windows and door locks, a power driver’s side mirror, and a 6-way power seat. The engine generates up to 180 HP and 320 lb.-ft of torque and is paired with a 3-speed Turbo-Hydramtic automatic transmission. The car also has front and rear power-assisted disc brakes, chrome 15″ Truespoke wire wheels, and Vogue Wide Trac Touring whitewall tires.