March 6, 2017
Don’t tell anyone, but this 1977 Cadillac Sedan DeVille was actually downsized from the previous year’s model — but it’s still allotta car! And you’ve lot to love the color combination; try and find a new car these days in yellow with a matching vinyl roof covering — fat chance! Cadillac was still riding high in 1977 as the luxury make that many Americans aspired to. Ford’s Lincoln and Chrysler’s Imperial had their followers (although not in 1977, as Chrysler didn’t even field an Imperial from 1975 to 1980). But saleswise? Not even close: 234,171 Devilles, 95,600 Lincoln Continentals, and 76,342 Chrysler New Yorker Broughams (which were basically Imperials except by name). Saw this yellow/yellow four-door on a used-car lot in Wheatfield last summer.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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