EXTERIOR COLORS AND INTERIORS OF THE 1967 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLES
On this page you can get a lot of information about the exterior colors and the interior of the 1967 Convertibles. You can find all the color and interior codes you would need to decode a body plate
Buyers had the choice of 21 different exterior colors. 7 of them were spectacular firemist colors which cost $132 extra.
(for some colors I do not have according pictures yet - if you have pictures of a 67 Convertible you want to share - please send them to me)
|Color||Code  ||Color||Code  ||Color||Code  |
|Sable Black||10||Grecian White||12||Regal Silver||16|
|Summit Gray||18||Venetian Blue||20||Marina Blue||24|
|Admiralty Blue||26||Capri Aqua||28||Pinecrest Green||30|
|Sherwood Green||36||Persian Ivory||40||Sudan Beige||42|
|Baroque Gold||43||Doeskin||44||Flamenco Red||48|
|Regent Maroon||49||Atlantis Blue Firemist*||90||Crystal Firemist*  ||92|
|Tropic Green Firemist*  ||96||Olympic Bronze Firemist*  ||97||Ember Firemist*  ||98|
1967 CADILLAC COLOR CHART
DE VILLE CONVERTIBLE in Flamenco Red
DE VILLE CONVERTIBLE in Sable Black
DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE in Doeskin
DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE in Persian Ivory (picture from © Rik Gruwez)
DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE in Marina Blue
CALAIS SEDAN in Pinecrest Green
COUPE DE VILLE in Venetian Blue
FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM in optional Tropic Green Firemist
HARDTOP SEDAN DE VILLE in Capri Aqua
SEDAN DE VILLE in Sudan Beige
FLEETWOOD SIXTY SPECIAL SEDAN in Baroque Gold
DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE in Grecian White
ELDORADO in optional Atlantis Blue Firemist
The sales brochure wrote the following about the DeVille series to which the Convertible belongs to:
"With its own distinctive exterior identification and with a wide selection of exclusive interiors, the Cadillac De Ville series for 1967 has a spirit unique among luxury cars. The most popular of all Cadillac series, it also offers the widest choice of models in its price range: the Coupe, the Sedan, the Hardtop Sedan and the Convertible. They are powered, as are all Cadillacs for 1967, by a highly refined and improved 340-hp V-8 engine. Teamed with Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission, it provides, according to automotive authorities, responsiveness that makes Cadillac a true "driver's car." Power steering, power brakes, power windows, power-adjustable front seat, heater and defroster, cornering lights and many other convenience and safety features are standard equipment. Improved variable ratio power steering reduces parking and cornering effort by as much as one third. A padded roof option adds to the overall beauty of DeVille closed models and further enhances the distinction of the car's roof and rear quarter styling. In the way it looks and the way it drives, the 1967 Cadillac DeVille series introduces a brand new measure of excitement to modern luxury motoring - in the manner only the Standard of the World could provide."
For 1967, a choice or 171 interior combinations were available. This included 8 cloth patterns, 12 leather colors and 2 all-vinyl trims. Even more combinations were available on special order. The Convertible came with bench seats and leather interior as standard equipment. Bucket seats with middle console were an option.
The sales brochure writes:
"The glamour of the De Ville convertible is further dramatized by the excitement of its interiors. Thirteen leather interiors are offered when the bench seat is selected. Four leather interiors, including the black leather, shown at the left, are available with the bucket seat option. Leather is perforated to "breathe" for extra comfort."
The following standard interiors were available for the DeVille Convertibles. The code number of the interior also appears on the body plate.
|Black||351||White-Black Carpet  ||352||White-Blue Carpet  ||353||White-Red Carpet||354|
|White-Aqua Carpet  ||355||Med. Blue||360||Med. Aqua||368||Dk. Green||371|
|Covert||380||Sandalwood||382||Antique Saddle||385||Med. Red||388|
5 different Convertible Top colors or padded roofs were available:
In 1967 the DeVille Convertibles came with leather interior as standard equipment. It was a combination of perforated leather, some vinyl was used for the heavy wear areas like the arm rests and some non perforated leather for other areas like the doors or the sides of the seats.