Few cars will come close to the on-road presence commanded by a classic Cadillac. And this 1961 Cadillac Coupe de Ville 2-door hardtop is a perfect example of old-school Americana. Originally a trim level for the Series 62, the 1961 Coupe de Ville was an all-new design for that model year. Featuring luxuries not found on mainstream cars and the unmistakable design language that earned Cadillac a reputation for excellence, this originally-white, numbers-matching specimen has its original service manual, books and receipts to guarantee its history.
This classic Cadillac comes with front and rear bench seats trimmed in white, matching Cadillac-emblazoned floor mats and a suitable amount of bright work both interior and exterior. This 1961 Coupe de Ville comes with factory-installed air conditioning—a true testament to Cadillac’s commitment to being a class apart from the competition. Other luxurious features for the time that are included on this Caddy are cruise control, power windows, and the original AM radio with a retractable antenna.
This 1961 Cadillac Coupe de Ville features a number-matching engine: a 390ci (6.4l) overhead-cam V8. This car comes with a TH 400 automatic transmission installed, but we’re informed that the original transmission is also available. The Coupe de Ville also includes a host of a new replacement parts, including a new battery, new exhaust and new brake master cylinder and booster.