And, no surprise here, the car has official sold during the Screenbid auction for a cool $48,980. That number includes the $39,500 price of the 1965 Cadillac, and a 24 percent (!) commission for Screenbid. A high price tag, as Road & Track reports Hagerty normally values Coupe de Villes of its stature around a mere $13,000.
The 1965 Coupe de Ville found plenty of screen time, as the show wrapped up its seven-season run. The vehicles found in the series played an essential part in portraying 1960s America on Madison Avenue, making the already pristine 1965 Cadillac quite noteworthy.
Other small pieces found their way to auction, too, such as ashtrays, pieces of furniture, clothing and even jewelry the cast wore.