Watch Out This Chopped Up And Rebuilt Cadillac de Ville!
The Cadillac de Ville is model produced by Cadillac at first as a trim level but then it became a separate model. 1949 Coupe de Ville a status trim level of the Series 62 luxury coupe was the car number one to bear the name. The largest car in the model assortment of the Cadillac is the 2005 Cadillac de Ville, a full-size sedan also the last model to be recognized by that name.
For 1961 the Cadillac had been modified in style and was re-engineered. Towards the bumper and the hood lip the grille is slanted back between the double headlamps and alongside the horizontal plane. On some models there are crisp angular lines with thin pillars while on others heavier semi-blind quarter roof posts. You may not believe the 1961 Cadillac De Ville to be a mostly frightening race car or even an on the road car. Nevertheless, this exacting Caddy has more than a few surprises up its sleeve. This beast has been chopped up, rebuilt like you’ve never seen before!
This 1961 Cadillac DeVille has been customized five times by its owner, and if looks could kill this latest iteration would be totally lethal.
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As s a replacement for a slow-moving boat like we’re used to seeing out of one of these old Cadillacs, this thing has been hooked up to be one heck of a ride on the road!