About Our Cars
1967 Cadillac DeVille Convertible
Surprisingly new, superb Cadillac…1967 was the beginning of a new era for Cadillac. Dramatic new styling set the tone for 1967, with sweeping sculptured side panels, forward-leaning front fenders and grille, and bold, slender new tail lamps that had a stronger fin appearance than the previous body style.
Cadillac had what the luxury motoring public was looking for in 1967: the right combination of prestige, luxury, performance, and creature comforts. Cadillac’s wide range of models and body styles meant there was something for almost everyone. Many Cadillac aficionados believe this body style is the best looking of the sixties. Whether it’s your favorite or not, the 1967 Cadillac offered bolder styling than it had for several years, and its generous proportions, comfortable ride, and tastefully elegant interiors are impressive, no matter what your taste in classic cars may be.
About the Owner
I grew up working on and restoring classic cars with my dad. I took a break for a while due to serving in the U.S. Air Force. When moving around every few years, it’s hard to have a lot of car parts and pieces lying around. In 2003, I acquired the 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air from my dad, a car we had started working on together many years earlier. I love old classic and vintage cars and especially enjoy sharing the experience with others. My goal is to provide the very best experience as a classic car chauffeur, enhancing your special event making lasting memories for all.
Owner – NWA Classic Car Rental