1985 Cadillac Seville
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This immaculate Seville only has 28k miles.
The second generation Seville was one of the last vehicles designed by GM's Bill Mitchell. The iconic lines of this car date back to the late 1960s in various GM design studio drawings and made it's debut in the fall of 1979 to great fanfare and controversy. Although there was decent production numbers for this body's 6 year run, very few were saved by collectors, mainly because of the popularity of the midsized coupes of this era. This is proving to have been a big oversight. On any given day you can find a nice low mile Eldorado of this generation but the low mile Sevilles are very scarce and have become very sought after. The demand for this body amongst collectors have more than doubled in the last 5 years as many Cadillac aficionados are snapping up the best examples for their collections.
This Seville body(80-85), designed by famed GM stylist Bill Mitchell continue to get better looking as the years go by as they evolve into a timeless classic. A unique ensemble of tradition in design with it's slicked-back windscreen and square-ish solid lines and the rear of the car having a pastiche of vintage high-end English limousine styling with nods to the Hooper-bodied 1954 Rolls-Royce and any number of Daimlers.
In 1985 a gentleman, who was an attorney in Memphis, TN went down to Bud Davis Cadillac(also in Memphis) and leased this Seville through his law firm. When the lease was up he purchased the car from the leasing company and gave it to his wife who owned it until last year. It was always kept in the garage and was maintained at Bud Davis Cadillac. It has never been in an accident and has factory original paint all the way around, with the exception of the front and rear filler panels which were replaced recently.
1985 Cadillac Seville in Light Antelope firemist with the factory Full Cabriolet roof treatment in Dark Briar Brown with a leather interior in Sandalwood.
Being a firemist color there was a factory up-charge for this Light Antelope Firemist color. Cadillac's firemist colors had a lot of metallic and they don't last unless they are garaged from day one as this example has been. This paint has no fade whatsoever and is glossy like new. The color with the Dark Briar Brown top a light gold factory pinstripe totally sets this car off. This Cadillac is a sight to behold with only 28k original miles.
Very nice chrome and glossy paint.
Every option on this Cadillac works perfectly. Factory electric antenna goes up and down as expected, cruise, windows, seats, locks, twilight sentinel, ice cold air, EVERYTHING works as new.
Class at every angle.
This color takes on a different look depending on lighting so I have taken pictures at different times of day. I have tried to take as many pictures as i can showing every conceivable angle of this car, and yet it still shows best in person.
One of the best interior colors offered, Sandalwood.
Drivers seat perfection. This Seville looks like it has maybe 10k miles.
All the factory floormats and trunk mats are present and look excellent.
Clean rust free hinges and door sills. No rust on this car.
This Cadillac runs and drives very smooth. It has been gone through and serviced. Oil change and AC service(Ice Cold).