1964 Coupe DeVille Convertible For Sale $18,000 New Top and Top Motor!

1964 Coupe DeVille Convertible

I would call it a barn find, except it was inside a garage the entire time, not a barn. 

From the first moment I laid eyes on this beautiful car, I have loved it. I purchased it from the second owner and I drove it every summer. I have had it for exactly twenty years this month. About ten of those in storage, driven less than fifty miles in last ten years as I kept moving.

I had a restoration guy put on a brand-spanking new top, install a new top motor and replace the back plastic window with a glass one. I picked out beautiful, high-quality leather for him to reupholster the interior with, after he stripped all the seat frames and cut new fluffy foam for the seats… and then he just stopped working on it.

I had to take the car away from him, and here it has sat in storage for last two years, ready to be finished by someone with more time than me.

The body has always been straight, minor surface scratches from some creature on trunk lid. I do not drive it now, but it starts and runs strong after a little starting fluid. Tires will hold air for a while, but I believe they are the originals and should be replaced. I had the tranny rebuilt shortly before I stored it, so very few miles on that rebuild. 

Less than 50,000 original miles on car, and looks great if put back together. It will look mind blowing if someone wants to finish interior.

It is not currently licensed, as I said it has not been driven on the roads legally since 2009, titled and registered originally in Washington State.

I need to find title in all my paperwork, it is in a box somewhere. So, there’s that.

I love this car and do not want to sell it, but storage is very expensive in California and I have lost mine. Everything in life is negotiable, but I won’t entertain any lowball offers, sorry. I have this car listed on other sites for more, and it is worth more. But for this site, I I have a lower price listed, because members of this site will appreciate and love this car like I have. 

Thank you for your interest. $18,000 OBO

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