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1968 National Coach Distributions Deville Hardtop Wagon


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Total Production: 22

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Class: Wagon — Origin: US

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Made in: Knightstown, Indiana US

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1968 National Coach Distributions Deville Hardtop Wagon

1968 National Coach Distributions Deville Hardtop Wagon

1968 National Coach Distributions Deville Hardtop Wagon

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472 cu.i. V8 375hp / 276kW 3AT Rear Wheel Drive 1968

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JFK CZ (717)

2015-12-12 15:33

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Probably only one car from 22 cars survived, and it is in mint-condition driving on czech roads. His owner is assistant editor of US car magazine - there cant be a better owner for saving this precious car. in the magazine there are very good photos, but on internet there are only small ones :(
EDIT: And for Desscythe17, I doubt that this car was produced in 1967. In fall of 1967 Cadillac presented stock car and it take some time to do molds for wagon variant. I think this car was prodused in 1968 only.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-12 15:59:30

Mark0 RB (1794)

2015-12-12 16:02

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JFK wrote Probably only one car from 22 cars survived, and it is in mint-condition driving on czech roads. His owner is assistant editor of US car magazine - there cant be a better owner for saving this precious car. in the magazine there are very good photos, but on internet there are only small ones :(
EDIT: And for Desscythe17, I doubt that this car was produced in 1967. In fall of 1967 Cadillac presented stock car and it take some time to do molds for wagon variant. I think this car was prodused in 1968 only.

That's real Wagon not this new one.

JFK CZ (717)

2015-12-12 16:07

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Mark0 wrote
That's real Wagon not this new one.

Nowadays Cadillacs are not what they used to be, with sporty design, rock solid suspension and Nürburgring testing :(

Desscythe17 NL (11595)

2015-12-12 16:10

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Took out the Cadillac name, as I don't want coachbuilt cars to appear on the manufacturer page of Cadillac. With all the limousine and convertible conversions done on old Cadillacs, it could become a mess.

JFK CZ (717)

2015-12-12 16:11

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Desscythe17 wrote Took out the Cadillac name, as I don't want coachbuilt cars to appear on the manufacturer page of Cadillac. With all the limousine and convertible conversions done on old Cadillacs, it could become a mess.

Oh, I understood your worries with that :)

Mark0 RB (1794)

2015-12-12 18:02

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JFK wrote
Nowadays Cadillacs are not what they used to be, with sporty design, rock solid suspension and Nürburgring testing :(

Agree about that, but i was talking about wagons in general. I mean Volvo 850 and 240 Polar that's real wagons along these classic american cars. But new Volvo V60 (www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=15257) is... He can't compare with 850 in cargo space and we all know why are Wagons made.

JFK CZ (717)

2015-12-12 18:23

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Mark0 wrote
Agree about that, but i was talking about wagons in general. I mean Volvo 850 and 240 Polar that's real wagons along these classic american cars. But new Volvo V60 (www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=15257) is... He can't compare with 850 in cargo space and we all know why are Wagons made.

Or the CLS Shooting Brake. i know, it is a shooting brake, but if I do such a thing, shouldnt it be at least more practical than normal? With that 5th door size and expensive wooden floor, I doubt it.

Desscythe17 NL (11595)

2015-12-12 21:02

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Mark0 wrote
But new Volvo V60 (www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=15257) is... He can't compare with 850 in cargo space and we all know why are Wagons made.

That's what the V70 is for ;) I love wagons as a general bodystyle, whether they are workhorses or performance machines. Better than crossovers/SUVs by a longshot.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-12 21:02:51

JFK CZ (717)

2016-05-30 18:49

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Seems like it got new paint.

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