1979 Cadillac Seville Base Sedan Low Original Miles Rust Free Low Reserve on 2040-cars
Canyon, California, United States
1979 Cadillac Seville
~Very rare 1 owner California car
~Rare dual 1984 CA Plates
~Heavily Optioned model
~75,300 Original Miles
Up for auction is a gorgeous 1979 Cadillac Seville. This beautiful piece of american machinery was recovered from the original 101 year old owner out of San Francisco, California. She has been elderly owned and named "KANA A" sporting some rare dual personalized 1984 California licence plates. This is not just any Cadillac, this Seville is the last of the great Cadillacs and was the most expensive Caddy money could buy in 1979 with a price tag of over $15,000. This particular Seville is heavily optioned with a rare Silver on Red color combo, hardtop with a functional electric sunroof. This Seville is a pleasure to drive, runs great and floats like a cloud. The transmission shifts great and the brakes stop with out any hesitation. All the electric options work as well as the self closing trunk. This is an extremely straight car with no dents or rust. It is smogged and currently registered.
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~ RARE METALLIC SILVER PAINT~BEAUTIFUL RED LEATHER
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*We require a $500 non refundable deposit within 24 hours of the close of the auction to be made via Paypal. The balance must be paid before 5:00 PM on the Friday following the auction.
*Buyer is responsible for shipping of the vehicle and all costs associated with it. If you require the title to be sent overnight to you, there is a $25.00 charge for this, the charge will be more for international postage.
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