kept their rear fender signature scripts for a distinctions of trim. One auto writer described this feature as “Tiffany-like.” Standard equipment matched that found in Calais models plus power window lifts.
V-8 Overhead valves
Cast iron block
Bore and stroke
104.9mm x 101.6mm
340 hp @ 4600 rpm
255 kW @ 4600 rpm
Five main bearings
Hydraulic valve lifters
Carter AFB four-barrel, model 3903S
2-door Hardtop Coupe
4-door Hardtop Sedan
Style Number 68357-J was called the Coupe DeVille.
Other models were Convertible or Sedan DeVilles.
Some sources quote substantially lower factory list prices for 1965 Cadillacs.
This may be due to a strike that occurred very early in the year, which probably brought $100-400 price increases after it was settled.
The UAW walkout closed the company’s newly expanded Clark Avenue (Detroit) factory from September 25, 1964 through the following December and created a decline in production and sales for the 1964 calendar year.
The higher retail prices are being used in these pages
Automatic level control
standard where indicated in text
A new engine mounting system and patented quiet exhaust were used
8.00 x 15
Bucket seats with console in F-J-B models with leather upholstery
Door guards on two-door models
$4; on four-door models: $7
Soft Ray tinted glass
Delete-option heater and defroster
Leather upholstery on J-B-L models
License plate frame
Padded roof on J model
$124; on B or L models: $140
Left-hand four-way power bucket seat on F-J-B models
Power door locks on G-F-J models
$46; on N-K-B-L models: $70
Power headlight control
Six-way power front seat on G-N-K models
$113; on F-J-B-L models: $85
Power window regulators on G-N-K models
Power vent window regulator option
Radio with rear speaker
Radio with rear speaker and remote control
Rear seat belts
Front seat belt delete-option
Adjustable steering wheel
Remote control trunk lock
Five white sidewall tires 9.00 x 15 size with four-ply construction