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1970 would be the final year for three Cadillac models. The exclusive Fleetwood Sixty Special, the four-door pillared Hardtop Sedan deVille, and the deVille Convertible. The Fleetwood Sixty Special dated back to 1938, and had always been one of Cadillac's higher end models. The 1970 Cadillac deVille Convertible would be the final convertible offering in Cadillac's standard line up, and even the convertible body style itself was becoming dangerously close to extinction. The four-door pillared Hardtop Sedan deVille was outsold by the Hardtop Sedan deVille.

An exciting new option joined the Cadillac lineup for 1970. The Power Sunroof was available as a factory option on all deVille models with a vinyl roof, the Fleetwood Brougham, and the Fleetwood Eldorado with vinyl roof. Very few were installed, so it's rare to find one in existence today.

What better way to celebrate the Spirit of the Seventies than with the wind in your hair and the stars sparkling down at you?

Image: 1970 Cadillac Coupe deVille and Fleetwood Brougham with factory power sunroof
Above left to right: 1970 Cadillac Coupe deVille and Fleetwood Brougham, both with factory power sunroof option

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