72 Coupe DeVille

Started by willowbilly3, September 07, 2015, 10:39:44 AM

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 Followed me home yesterday. One owner car with 53,000 miles. Parked for several years and the sunny side is pretty baked.

Any sources for a vinyl top and any good tips on installing it myself?


you might want to check that paperwork. Sure looks like a 71. Unless it was hit and the nose replaced with an earlier one. But I don't think so because there's no coupe deville script on the sail panel.
Rob Wirsing


 Right you are, I just looked at the title and it's a 71. Just newer stuff than I usually deal in. thanks


When a Doctor "saves a Life" it does not necessarily mean that that life will ever be the same as it was, but he still saved it. My 46 may not be as it was but it is still alive.
Sheldon Hay

66 Eldo

When you replace the vinyl top, be sure to get the correct grain which I believe is called "Tuxedo". Recently saw a 72 CDV with the Elk grain and it just looked wrong.

Below a link to a thread on this topic. Scroll down a bit ans there are pics.



you can order the correct top from sms
Rob Wirsing


Quote from: RobW on September 07, 2015, 06:05:11 PM
you can order the correct top from sms
Thanks. Are they a sponsored vendor here? I'm kinda new to the caddy world, haven't had to work on them since long before the internet.

Barry M Wheeler #2189

We don't "sponsor" vendors due to liability concerns, but fortunately, SMS needs no such recommendation. They have original fabric for just about everything.
Barry M. Wheeler #2189

1981 Cadillac Seville
1991 Cadillac Seville