Newstalgia Motors Presents Car No. 00211:

1958 Cadillac Sedan de Ville

1958 Cadillac Sedan de Ville

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In 1958, Cadillac took the design of the newly restyled 1957 model and brought it to the next level. Four headlamps were now standard across the board, the front bumpers were less obtrusive, and a more upscale-looking grille, featuring about 70 intricate individual concave bullets made of anodized aluminum, spanned the entire width of the car's front end. And with its pair of chrome moldings atop each front fender tapering back, along with the diminishing-width side trim running from the headlamps and ending into the front doors, it instilled the car with a contemporary richness that was absolutely captivating. proudly offers this gorgeous all original and never restored 1958 Cadillac Sedan de Ville. More details below...


The ORIGINAL Calcutta Cream over Tahitian Coral shows incredibly well for the years. All stainless, chrome trim and bumpers are in excellent condition.

This 1958 Cadillac has a desirable factory option package that includes a Mark 4 Air Conditioning system, Six-Way Power Seats, and Automatic headlamp beam control. The dash, instrument panel and trim, steering column and wheel, seats, door panels, headliner, carpets, rear package shelf and trunk are in very good to excellent condition with very little if any indication of wear. Comes with the original owner's manual.

The 365 cu. in. V8 coupled to the Hydra-Matic (Jetaway) 4-Speed transmission provides the power and boulevard-smooth ride expected from a classic Cadillac in this superior condition. The undercarriage is clean and detailed but not over-done to the point it can't be driven.

A recent appraisal stating value thousands over the asking price is available. This example is an immaculately preserved and beautifully presented piece of Cadillac history worthy of any significant collection.

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