After undergoing a design revision for 1967, the Deville was released with an aggressive, forward leaning front end, crisp body lines, and rear quarters that almost have some fins going. This 1967 Cadillac Deville convertible is an excellent condition car featuring all new paint and bodywork, a freshly rebuilt 429CI engine/340HP engine, and a refreshed interior. The car has always been in good operational and cosmetic condition and served as an excellent base for the restoration work that was performed. She shows just under 90k original miles.
The Caddy received a complete repaint and all-new bodywork by Doug Jenkins Hotrods. Prior to the work, the original body was in excellent survivor condition. The car is now very straight and features a two-stage paint job that has been properly wet sanded and buffed. The Deville has its interior redone and 429CI engine rebuilt by Mann’s Restoration. The car features new seat covers and padding, new carpeting, a new top, and restored hydraulics. All of the power windows are in good working condition, and the only inoperable item is the AC.
This Deville is a wonderful cruiser and will do 80 MPH all day long down the interstate. The brakes and suspension feel great, and best of all, it still floats down the road as a Caddy should.