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1967 Cadillac Interior Trim

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CALAIS

Image: 1967 Cadillac Calais interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl Trim

211 - Black Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl
220 - Blue Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl
228 - Aqua Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl
230 - Green Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl (shown above)
240 - Medium Covert Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl
244 - Beige Duet Pattern Cloth with Vinyl


CALAIS

1967 Cadillac Calais interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Leather-Textured Vinyl Trim (Optional at Additional Cost)

251 - Black Vinyl
282 - Sandalwood Vinyl (shown above)

Note: Expanded Vinyl was an additional $42 on Calais models.


DEVILLE

1967 Cadillac Coupe deVille interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Duchess Cloth with Leather

311 - Black Duchess Cloth with Leather
320 - Medium Blue Duchess Cloth with Leather
330 - Green Duchess Cloth with Leather
344 - Medium Beige Duchess Cloth with Leather (shown above)


DEVILLE

Image: 1967 Cadillac Sedan deVille interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Darien Cloth with Leather
326 - Dark Blue Darien Cloth with Leather
328 - Aqua Darien Cloth with Leather (shown above)
340 - Covert Darien Cloth with Leather
349 - Maroon Darien Cloth with Leather


DEVILLE

Image: 1967 Cadillac optional Bucket Seat interior

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Genuine Leather with Vinyl Bucket Seats (Optional at Additional Cost)

351 - Black Leather
352 - White Leather with Black Carpeting and Accents
382 - Sandalwood Leather
388 - Red Leather

Bucket Seats available only on Coupe deVille, DeVille Convertible, and Hardtop Sedan deVille models. Bucket Seats were mandatory with optional Reclining Right Front Seat on all models except Eldorado, where the recliner was also available with bench seats.


DEVILLE

1967 Cadillac deVille Series optional Leather interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Genuine Leather (Optional at Additional Cost)

351 - Black Leather
352 - White Leather with Black Carpeting and Accents
353 - White Leather with Blue Carpeting and Accents
354 - White Leather with Red Carpeting and Accents
355 - White Leather with Aqua Carpeting and Accents
360 - Medium Blue Leather (shown above)
382 - Sandalwood Leather
385 - Antique Saddle Leather
388 - Red Leather

Note: Leather Upholstery was a $158 option on DeVille models, and was standard on the DeVille Convertible.

Note 2: Richly-textured vinyl is provided in certain areas of leather-trimmed DeVille models.

The Leather used in 1967 was perforated to breathe for extra comfort. Non-perforated Leather was available at additional cost on special order.


DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE

1967 Cadillac DeVille Convertible Leather trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Genuine Leather (Standard on deVille Convertible)

351 - Black Leather
352 - White Leather/Black Carpeting
353 - White Leather/Blue Carpeting
354 - White Leather/Red Carpeting
355 - White Leather/Aqua Carpeting
360 - Medium Blue Leather (shown above)
368 - Medium Aqua Leather
371 - Dark Green Leather
380 - Covert Leather
382 - Sandalwood Leather
385 - Antique Saddle Leather
388 - Red Leather
389 - Maroon Leather
390 - Turquoise Leather


DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE TOP
DEVILLE/FLEETWOOD VINYL ROOF

Image: 1967 Cadillac DeVille Convertible Top and DeVille/Fleetwood Vinyl Roof colors

TOP CODE - COLOR
1 - White
2 - Black
3 - Dark Blue
5 - Dark Brown
6 - Sandalwood


FLEETWOOD SIXTY SPECIAL

Image: 1967 Cadillac Sixty Special Sedan interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Damascus Cloth and Leather

010 - Black Damascus Cloth and Leather
026 - Dark Blue Damascus Cloth and Leather
028 - Medium Aqua Damascus Cloth and Leather
040 - Medium Covert Damascus Cloth and Leather (shown above)


FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM

Image: 1967 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Diplomat Design Cloth and Leather

011 - Black Diplomat Cloth and Leather (shown above)
025 - Dark Blue Diplomat Cloth and Leather
029 - Dark Aqua Diplomat Cloth and Leather
044 - Medium Beige Diplomat Cloth and Leather
049 - Maroon Diplomat Cloth and Leather


TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Leather (Optional at Additional Cost)

051 - Black Leather
052 - White Leather with Black
060 - Medium Blue Leather
071 - Dark Green Leather
082 - Sandalwood Leather
085 - Antique Saddle Leather
088 - Red Leather
089 - Maroon Leather

Note: Leather Upholstery was a $138 option on the Fleetwood Sixty Special Sedan and Fleetwood Brougham models.

Note 2: Richly-textured vinyl is provided in certain areas of leather-trimmed Fleetwood models.


TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Broadcloth

016 - Light Gray Broadcloth
021 - Dark Blue Broadcloth
030 - Dark Green Broadcloth
043 - Medium Beige Broadcloth


FLEETWOOD SEVENTY-FIVE SEDAN AND LIMOUSINE

Image: 1967 Cadillac Fleetwood Seventy-Five interior trim

TRIM CODE - COLOR AND MATERIAL
Devonshire Cloth

716 - Light Gray Devonshire Cloth (shown above)
719 - Medium Gray Broadcloth
721 - Dark Blue Broadcloth
726 - Dark Blue Devonshire Cloth
743 - Medium Beige Devonshire Cloth

Note: Limousine front compartment is upholstered in Black Leather.
Note 2: Devonshire Cloth features richly embroidered inserts in the seat backs.

Did you know?

With customer satisfaction a top priority at Cadillac in 1967, any special requests from customers would be honored if at all possible. So, if a cloth pattern offered on another Cadillac model was desired over the material normally provided on the model being ordered, it could be substituted by special order at an additional charge.

Special orders involving trim deviations often added up to 4 weeks to the scheduled delivery time of a new car, and the trim code on the data plate would usually be accompanied with the letter "S" to denote its special order status.

For instance, if the purchaser of a new Fleetwood Brougham preferred the Duchess pattern cloth used in the DeVille Series over the Damascus Cloth pattern used in the Fleetwood, their Fleetwood would be built with the DeVille pattern cloth instead of the standard Fleetwood pattern.

Customers could also provide their own material, which would be used on approval from Cadillac. (Cadillac wanted to make sure no cars were built with questionable taste in color combinations or fabric patterns.) However, normally only a few were built each year with non-standard trim fabrics, as Cadillac offered a wide assortment of colors and materials, usually enough to satisfy the requirements of even the most demanding customer.