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Old 07-29-2022, 03:32 PM
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Default 1978 Cadillac Seville

I've got to chuckle that I am posting this in the Supercar / Musclecar for sale section. Due to the fact there was some novel interest by a few members......here we go!

I have finished up the Seville and put it on my website this morning.

Below, is the description from my site.....
Offered for your consideration is this very original and well preserved 1978 Cadillac Seville. Wearing it's most all original paint (hood has been repainted) and leather interior trim. Now showing 61k miles (believed to be original). All set and ready for a ride to the supper club or golf course. The seats are so comfortable you'd think it was your favorite recliner!

Powered by it's original fuel injected 350 and TH400 automatic transmission. Just a great driving and running well preserved car. Documented with it's original window sticker, owners manual, owners manual bag, other original document provided, dealer price summary, previous registrations and insurance cards.

Standard Equipment includes......
-Electronic fuel injection
-Tilt telescopic wheel
-Automatic climate control
-Power locks
-6 way power drivers seat
-Reclining passenger seat
-Vinyl roof
-Power truck release
-Dual remote control exterior mirrors
-4 wheel disc brakes

Optional Equipment Includes......
-Leather seats
-6 way adjustable power passenger seat
-Door edge guards
-Carpeted front and rear floor mats
-Trunk mat
-Rear window defogger
-Cruise Control
-Passenger side vanity mirror (illuminated)
-Locking wire wheel covers
-AM/FM Stereo w/ CB radio







The car is priced at $15,999 on the website. Feel free to reach out if you'd like to know more. I have over 140 detailed pics on my website. Just click the link below.....

https://www.bouldermotorcar.com/used...-seville-c-11/

Thanks!
Tim
(715) 385-3700 shop
(262) 844-5218 cell
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This Caddy is a timeless classic!! Don't always have to be a Musclecar to be cool...

GLWS Tim!!
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Always liked these cars. Worked on a few.
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Owned a 76,77 and a 79. All great cars. Car and Driver had one and did suspension and steering upgrades,handled well. Being an Olds 350 base, a warmed over 403 with modern fuel injection would be a great alternative to the underpowered 350.
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----Had three, one 78 and two 79's. Loved all of them even though one of them was pretty used up. The dark grey one was my favorite and I had all the stuff set aside to drop in a big block "Cheby". It was a 73 4bolt main 454 LS6 and I ended up using it in Red Alert, built to around 785hp. I would have left it as a 73 CE LS6 in the Seville, but needed the block!.....Bill S
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Price adjustment! Bought some more cars and NEED the room!
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Love it, one of the nicest examples Iíve seen.
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What did You buy?
Well, now that you ask........

Injected 62 Corvette, 93 40th Anniversary ZR1 Corvette, 65 Malibu SS L79, 66 Bronco with 35k miles (all original) plus I have a 68 Camaro SS getting shipped in for some "sympathetic" cleaning / refreshing.

Throw all of that on top of the gentle "cleaning" of my Dad's 442. Aaand.... the L88 in the Harry Mann Camaro is going to get pulled out, install the 842 heads that it should have, look around inside, freshened, and find it's way on to a dyno

You could say I'm tight on space. Never did I ever think I'd say that since I bought the shop!
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Well, now that you ask........

You could say I'm tight on space. Never did I ever think I'd say that since I bought the shop!

Inevitable, Tim. Many before you have built a shop and said, "it's big enough that I'll never fill it up" only to find it's soon too small...
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