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The 1965 De Ville convertible was a country club chariot

Nineteen sixty-five was a big year. For Cadillac, for GM, and for the U.S. auto industry as a whole. Many, many records were set that year. Many new models, lots of attractive new designs, and big sales. All the full-size GM cars—from Chevrolet to Cadillac—were new, the Corvair was new, and even the midsize cars got a major revision. And everything looked attractive. So many eye-catching cars, and not just at The General. You also had the new Mustang, a facelifted Lincoln Continental, and fresh full-sizers as well.

 

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1965 was a great year for style but 1966 seemed to fine tune all those great changes (in my opinion).

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