1977 Cadillac Seville
GORGEOUS SURVIVOR W/ 100% ORIGINAL PAINT & INTERIOR
FIRST GENERATION SEVILLE W/ UNDER 36K ACTUAL MILES
FLAWLESS WHITE OVER MEDIUM CRIMSON LEATHER LIVERY
5.7L V-8 & 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, RWD
CLIMATE CONTROL A/C, AM/FM, TILT WHEEL, 4-WHEEL DISCS
POWER BRAKES, LOCKS, STEERING & WINDOWS
BILL MITCHELL GM STYLING TRIUMPH
FRESHLY DETAILED AND SERVICED
Countering fast-growing Mercedes-Benz sales in North America and the expansion of archrival Lincolns model range during the early 1970s, Cadillac began the development of a new 'International' sized car in 1973, based on the newly redesigned X-Body Nova. Launched in May 1975, the resulting Seville remains one of the most attractive designs under GM Styling chief Bill Mitchell. A four-door, vinyl-roof sedan was the sole Seville model offered and the only options offered on these highly equipped cars were a power sunroof and a choice of sound systems. The driveline included Oldsmobiles 350 CI V-8, upgraded with a Cadillac intake manifold and Bendix electronic fuel injection, driving a GM Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission. Priced in line with Cadillacs senior models, the limited-production Seville enjoyed strong buyer demand. Updates during the 1975-79 first-series Seville production run included choice styling and chassis tweaks. High-profile product placements included use on TVs popular Rockford Files and Charlie's Angels.
Handsomely finished in White over Medium Crimson leather upholstery, this wonderfully maintained and presented survivor retains all original paint and interior. Offered with under 36K actual miles, this top-quality Seville is powered by a 180-horsepower 5.7L V-8 engine, paired with a Turbo-Hydramatic 375 3-speed automatic transmission derived from the Turbo-Hydramatic 400. Features and amenities are numerous, including Climate Control air conditioning, AM/FM radio, power front seats with armrests, tilt steering, a rear-window defogger, and a remote rearview mirror. Power-assisted features include 4-wheel disc brakes, door locks, steering, and windows. A full-size spare wheel/tire is correctly housed within the fully carpeted trunk compartment, along with a roadside jack and lug wrench. Wire-spoke hubcaps and Whitewall tires finish it off. Documents include an owners manual. Freshly detailed and serviced, this wonderful survivor is an excellent example throughout, ready to collect and enjoy. Contact us for viewing arrangements, full details, and purchase arrangements today!