The controversial 1981-85 Cadillac Seville was one of legendary GM designer Bill Mitchell’s last designs. The bustle-back rear styling made waves when introduced, but it was the truly horrendous lineup of engines that did the car in. This generation of Seville had three of the most horrendous and half baked engines ever to come out of General Motors: the 350 converted diesel, the displacement on demand V8-6-4, and 4.1 4100 V8. Anyway, today’s bustleback Seville has had 4-inches chopped from the top and a custom front installed…and I sorta like it. Find this 1982 Cadillac Seville offered for $18,500 in Largo, FL via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1982 Cadillac Seville
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean
1982 Cadillac Seville Custom 4in Chopped Top, Custom Front Bumper and is powered by a 4.1L V8. Backing this power plant is a 4-speed automatic transmission. Leather sport bucket seating and if you have never owned a caddy it’s like sitting on sofa at home! The light Tan interior is easy on the eyes and cozy. This Caddy has a Jet Black exterior with purple pin stripe. Options and features on this 1982 Cadillac Seville include: Air Conditioning, Power steering, Power locks, Power windows, Power seats, AM/FM Cassette CD player, Power brakes and new performance radial tires. Also have Book with the Custom restoration photos.
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