Screw an El Camino, we’ll take this. Okay, if we’re being honest, we’ll take this and an El Camino. Boy would our garages be something to see if money weren’t an issue…
Anyways, your eyes are not deceiving you. This is a 1959 Cadillac DeVille that has been transformed into a custom pickup configuration. The custom work was completed in the 1970s, and the car has been babied since. It also helps the car is local to California, meaning there’s no rust to be found here. Besides the climate working in the car’s favor to preserve it, the 1959 DeVille has also been stored in a climate controlled car port when not grabbing attention from everyone it encounters.
The seller states the car came into his possession after the original owner passed away, and is quick to point out how sparingly the car was driven. Everything is said to work correctly, too. That includes the transmission, lights and other major components. Interestingly enough, the car is powered by propane for a reason we can’t seem to figure out. But, the seller states the engine runs smooth with no noises or strange smoke.
It’s most certainly a rare opportunity to own something like this, and the classic tail fin design looks right at home with a truck bed surprisingly. Currently the car sits with a price tag of $25,900 and it seems the reserve has been met. In two days, this car will find a new home, so for those interested, follow the link to the listing here.