This 1964 Cadillac Coupe deVille has just three owners from new. The odometer statements from 1982 (29,500 miles) and 2004 (29,621 miles) support the 33,900 miles now showing on the odometer as correct. Its condition reflects both the low miles and a history of exceptional care. The first owner was Calumet Breweries in Hammond, Indiana. It was transferred to the widow of the brewery's owner after his death in 1982. It is sharp, clean, original, and like new throughout. Equipped with air conditioning in addition to the usual Coupe deVille power assists like power windows, it even rides on an old set of correct bias ply tires and has original documents including the Owner's Protection Plan, Owner's Manual and old Calument Breweries registrations. The engine has received appropriate attention and has been detailed to nearly showroom condition. The black paint and exterior chrome are crisp and sharp, the white vinyl and black cloth upholstery is clean and sound. This is a wonderful old car that came from one of America's foremost collections of sharp, clean postwar GM cars and will be a highlight of any collection.