Models in the DeVille sub-series were trimmed much like 6200s, but there was no bar medallion on the front fenders and special script nameplates appeared on the rear fenders. Standard equipment included all base model features plus power windows and Two-Way power seat. Interiors were done in Chadwick cloth or optional Cambray cloth and leather combinations.
4-door 6-window Sedan
4-door 4-window Sedan
2-door Hardtop Coupe
NOTE: All DeVille sedans were pillarless hardtop sedans.
DEVILLE SUB-SERIES 6300 ENGINE
V-8 Overhead valves.
Cast iron block
390 cubic inches
Bore and stroke
4.00 x 3.875 inches
325 at 4800 rpm
Five main bearings
Hydraulic valve lifters
Carter two-barrel Model 2814S
8.00 x 15
Rear axle ratios
2.94:1 standard; 3.21:1 optional or mandatory with air conditioning
The 345 horsepower Eldorado V-8 with three two-barrel carburetors was $134.40 extra installed in any other Cadillac model.
Door guards on two-door
Door guards on four-door
Electric door locks on two-door
Electric door locks on four-door
License plate frame
Six-Way power seat
$85-113 depending on style number
Power window regulators
Power vent windows
Radio with rear speaker
Radio with rear speaker and remote control
Remote control trunk lock
White sidewall tires, size 8.20 x 15 four-ply
White sidewall tires size 8.20 x 15 six-ply
Anti-freeze -20° F.
Anti-freeze -40° F.
Accessory Group “A” included whitewalls, heater, radio and E-Z-Eye glass for $402 extra and air suspension, cruise control and Eldorado engine at regular prices
Accessory Group “B” included air conditioner
Whitewalls, heater, radio and E-Z-Eye glass at $876 extra and Six-Way power seat, power vent windows and power windows at regular prices
Gas and oil delivery charge was $7 and district warehousing and handling charges averaged $15
Car Life magazine selected the 1960 Cadillac as its “Best buy in the luxury field.”
This was the last year for air suspension and for wraparound windshields, except on the Series 75 Fleetwood models.
According to contemporary road tests gas economy ratings for 1960 Cadillacs were approximately 14 miles per gallon at a steady 60 miles per hour.