View Full Version : 1964 Cadillac Coupe deVille 58,000 Original miles

06-06-13, 03:40 PM
I'm selling my Cadi because I got notice that I am going overseas for a few years. She ran perfectly fine until the battery died. With a new battery she'll be good to go. She isn't perfect but she's in great condition for not being restored. Hit me up for details and questions, I have tons of pics I can email you of the body, interior, exterior, and engine bay. I live in Rose Hill, KS just outiside of Wichita.

06-07-13, 08:24 AM
What price are you asking?

06-07-13, 10:47 AM
Make an offer, the only thing keeping her from running is a dead battery. The battery it has now is completely dead and looks old.

06-07-13, 10:51 AM
Below shows the body defects as well as interior and the engine bay

06-07-13, 10:55 AM
Aftermarket stereo installed as well as two aftermarket speakers. Stereo hidden in glove box. Original is working and still hooked up to a single speaker in the dash.

06-07-13, 11:04 AM
Also rear dash interior is torn out, it was faded and damaged. Other than that, the carpet was replaced and the seats are in great condition. Dash has cracks


I recently flushed the radiator and changed the oil. The original air cleaner and air filter is in the trunk. Chrome aftermarket aircleaner and air filter are installed, see pics of the engine bay.
It also has a new water pump, that was changed by the previous owner. There is a spare compressor in the trunk that works, the one installed in the engine now works fine, just needs R12 serviced.
There are spare head gaskets in the trunk as well.

I've put about 2,000 miles on it since I've had it. I drove it to work every Friday and started it everyday and took it around the neighborhood everyday. So I assure you this car is in great condition, just needs a new battery.
Clean and clear Kansas title in hand

06-12-13, 01:55 AM

I bought a new battery for it and shes running great. Battery has a 3 year warranty and 3 year replacement.

06-13-13, 04:26 PM
Nobody you know will store it for you? Seems a shame to let such a low mile car go.

06-14-13, 02:14 AM
2 Years is a long time to have a 64 sitting in storage. I've been driving it and enjoying it as much as I can before it sells. I just wish I could take it with me where I'm going but I can't have a car where I am going. I have to store my daily driver for two years which isn't a big deal and it'll be taken care of at governement expense. But I can only get one car put in storage at their expense.

I have it on eBay right now, so it'll be sold in a week tops. Figured I'll enjoy her till that day comes...I'll miss firing her up and taking her for a cruise around the city

06-14-13, 06:19 AM
Damn. I lost my red 64 Coupe DeVille in CA in 1999 while I was in the Netherlands. I didn't know they had street sweeping in that street so after 3 tickets they towed it and they sold it after 74 days at the tow company. I was just too late to claim it...

I would LOVE to take over yours, and HATE I am not able to.