The year was 1966. The Cadillac Coupe Deville stickered for an outrageous for the era $5,339 in base trim. It was 18.6 feet long and tipped the scales at 4,460 pounds. Motivating the car was a 340HP, 429 CID V8. Premium gas was 37 cents/gallon. Cadillac put 50,580 units on the road that year making it the #2 seller in the line up.
This is a true survivor right down to the rust bubbled vinyl top. It was spotted a block off of the old Route 66 as it ran through Monrovia back in the day it first hit the road.
Pic by me on my stroll this morning down to my youngest child’s graduation from elementary school.