UNRESERVED private sale AMAAZING 1973 Cadillac Deville
Price: - Item location: Great Falls, Montana, United States
- Make: Cadillac
- Model: DeVille
- Year: 1973
- Mileage: 51,759
- VIN: 6d49r3qz91002
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1973 Cadillac DeVille1973 Cadillac Deville
Car located in Calgary Alberta Canada. Considered "antique" status and normally free of restriction for travel. eBay does not haveaccommodation for people with multiple residence.
Stunning and remarkable with brilliant chrome. This unbelievable car is ORIGINAL and UNRESTORED. Never tampered with. Only 51,759 miles. We've collected Cadillacs for years and this is, BY FAR, the best of the best of the best that we've ever encountered. We've even had a '74 with an astonishing 11,900 miles original, and... This one outranks it in every way imaginable. If the odometer said 1/4 of what it reads, I would not question it. The car runs, drives, and appears almost as brand new in every way.
IF YOU ARE A EUROPEAN COLLECTOR, I WOULD HIGHLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO BUY THIS CAR. YOU WILL NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT CONDITION, LONGEVITY, OR BREAKDOWNS. IT IS THE BEST OF THE BEST.
SPEAKING OF BEST, how about BEST PRICE...
selling UNRESERVED. Or to 1st best offer.
Make payment (within 48 hours), take delivery, sit behind the wheel, turn the key.... AND ENJOY. No tinkering, no down-time. No frustrations. This car is, quite literally, without a mark.
Look at our feedback... I tend to reeeaaally downplay condition. I am, for most intent and purposes, normally the anti-salesman.
We've sold to Belgium, Germany, Britain, France, and United Arab Emirates. We'll help you too!
This is the LAST car I am selling. ONLY selling because we are moving and our new abode has room for exactly 12 in our sparkly newman-cave/garage. Then last week, I won a sealed bid auction for a firetruck (yes, real firetruck... super frivolous purchase) that takes up 2 spots. The rest are heirloom and family cars with sentiment. That's how I made my decision. Although I LOVE this car, spent literally years(!!!) trying to source something like this, and KNOW the rarity of it'scondition..... my 6 year old son doesn't appreciate it the same way I do. It also won't win me Daddy of the year like picking him and his buddies up from kindergarten in a firetruck. LOL
During our time on eBay, we've figured out a few things. We learned that 2 very important things are communication and procedure. Our little procedure actually focuses on communication. It goes as follows:
- After auction, we ask for your buyer's information.
- You supply.
- We fill in transfer papers and scan/send to you.
- You confirm spelling and information correct.
- You go to your bank, and make transfer.
- We validate receipt.
- We begin on shipping,
- ...keeping you informed every step..
- You receive your cool vintage Cadillac.
If you don't want to lose out on this car and HAVE AN OFFER, please contact me. Most of our auctions end with me accepting an offer. I always appreciate the early-bird approach.
Shipping to most states and destinations is in the $1500+ range. Please keep that in mind, and budget for at least this amount. Texas and Florida, and other really far states, are obviously a bit more at minimum $2250. Any required inspections, certifications, paperwork, or anything else are the buyer's responsibility. I don't know the rules in each particular state so, am selling as per Alberta rules. My wife has become pretty good at setting up shipping and, is happy to assist. Rest is up to you. Payment is by bank transfer, US account to US account. As stated, I don't ask for Paypal. Once payment is received, everything else is ready to proceed from there.
If you'd like to speak over the phone, I'm happy to hear from you. Please write and we'll make arrangements.
Hope you have fun bidding. It's an exciting process. Getting a good deal sweetens the joy. I believe owning classic cars should start fun and stay that way!
Anyways, I've had my fun. Time to pass the torch. I'm doing thisunreservedso once I press the button, this auction starts unreserved and I am obligated. Like pulling off a bandage quick. So, with that said, here goes.....