March 14, 2019
When this 1977 Cadillac Sedan DeVille hit the showrooms, it was the first of the luxury carmaker’s downsized models. All of GM’s full-sized cars were made smaller for model year 1977, a fact used in advertising both by them (“…engineered for a changing world. Lively. Responsive. Efficient.”), and by the competition (“This is your year and now that you’re ready to enjoy the convenience of a big car, you’ll find the Lincoln Continental Town Car is everything you’d expect. It’s full-size. Full luxury. For full driving pleasure.”). Some of the features on the ’77 Caddy were a big deal back then; now, they’re things we’ve come to expect on just about all cars (see below). Saw this gray Fleetwood quite a while back in Kenmore.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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