Gateway Classic Cars of Dallas is excited to bring to market a 1963 Cadillac Sedan Deville, these early ’60s Cadillacs are screaming bargains, but you can’t argue with the stunning good looks and luxurious appointments of this ’63.
Chrome and fins, there’s no mistaking this Cadillac. It looks like a rock star from any angle and it’s one of those rare old cars where nobody will ever ask, “Hey, what is that?” because it’s so obviously a Cadillac. It appears to be a largely original car and man does it look good cruising down the street! The refreshed white paint is holding up well, so it looks spectacular in the sun without being too showy. Instead, it’s a paragon of good taste and stylish tailoring; just look at the crease that pulls off of the headlights, and the way the roof shows just a hint of angularity. It doesn’t look to have ever required major surgery (man those are some level quarter panels!) and all the panels fit quite well. And yes, it’s a Cadillac, so chrome is a factor, with most of it being original stuff that’s in above-average condition.
Cadillac was the epitome of good taste in the early ’60s, and the maroon interior shows especially well. It’s likely original, and in the days before fake wood and goofy velour seats, this is what luxury really looked like. The handsome instrument panel is centered around the driver, with a skinny steering wheel that’s easy to see through to the wide speedometer that spans the width of the instrument panel. Noteworthy options include power windows, a tilt wheel, factory A/C and an Autronic Eye sitting atop the dash. The carpets might be showing their age, but given the authenticity shown in this big coupe, I think it would be a mistake to try to replace them. Instead, enjoy the preservation and the ride. And, of course, the trunk is simply massive with original mats and a full-sized spare.
Cadillac’s 390 cubic inch V8 was a stout performer, moving more than 4000 pounds of steel with effortless ease. It’s not a drag racer, but if you want to cruise across the desert at 80 MPH, few cars can do it better. The engine bay is also quite original and is clean and well-maintained, if not detailed for show. The Hydra-Matic automatic transmission is unobtrusive and the single exhaust has a big muffler so this Caddy just whispers along.
This is perhaps the biggest bang for the buck right now and I’ll wager that it won’t last very long. Call today! Don’t miss your opportunity to own a piece of American history presented by the Dallas Showroom. It can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and a HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our sales staff at 817-310-9400 or email us at [email protected].