Car Catcher: Wait, Cadillac Made a DeVille Wagon!?

Did Cadillac make a factory wagon? Well, no. This 1963 DeVille Wagon would have been made by an independent coachbuilder—much like other Cadillacs that were converted into ambulances, hearses and flower cars—though which specific one is unknown. Fresh out of long-term storage, this Cadillac may require some work to get going—along with bumper ends up front—but will cross the block at  Mecum's Chicago show without reserve October 24-26. 

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efahl
efahl New Reader
10/20/19 10:38 p.m.

I had a '63 Sedan back in the 70s.  A friend came by one day while I was working on the engine, grabbed the 3/4" heater hose and said, "Damn, I knew these things were thirsty, but look at the size of this fuel line!"  It sure seemed like that, I think it got 10 MPG average for the year that I drove it...

Jordan Rimpela
Jordan Rimpela Digital Editor
10/28/19 8:40 a.m.

This one sold for $33,000.

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