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1985 Cadillac Seville

Make/Model: Cadillac Seville
Year: 1985
Owner: James Loparo
Original Price: $24,229

About the 1985 Cadillac Seville

The razor-edged bustle-back rear styling drew inspiration from
English coach builder Hooper & Co.’s “Empress Line” designs from the early 1950s, which were considered a dramatic, modern take on the mid-’30s style of trunk/body integration. In addition, long hood/short deck proportions were inspired by luxury cars of the 1960s. The Seville’s “statement” styling was one of the last vehicles designed by Bill Mitchell, appointed by Harley Earl in 1936 as Cadillac’s first chief designer.

39,755 of these cars were produced in 1985, all with the 4.1L V8, which produced only 135 hp and only 200-Ibs.ft. of torque. It was down a whopping 70 lbs.ft. from the previous V-8. This was the last year of this body style which ran from 1980 to 1985.

1985 Cadillac Seville | Miles Through Time

This particular car is all original and one family owned. The current owner’s parents gave him the car in 2007 and he’s driven around 7k miles since then. The car has just over 50k miles now.

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