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The Cadillac Coupe DeVille was produced from 1949 until 1993. It started as a part of the Series 62 model line, but ended up lasting several more decades after the 62 was discontinued.
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The early Coupe DeVilles are best known for their dramatic styling. It had fins by the rear tail lights and chrome bows in the headliner that was intended to simulate the appearance of a convertible top. There was not a convertible version of the early models. Sales were great, anyway, doubling in 1950 compared to 1949 numbers. The car also got bigger through the years. By the 1970's, the car was a beast. The 1973 model was 17 inches longer than the original from 1949, 900 pounds heavier, and it had a monster 472 cubic inch V8 engine. It would get smaller at the end of that decade, and would get front wheel drive for the first time in 1985. The popularity of full-size luxury cars continued to decline, and the car was discontinued in 1993. They can still be found on the used car market, and parts are widely available on eBay.
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