1967 Cadillac Calais
New motor and new transmission. Engine size 500. Custom wheels and tires. New interior and trunk liner. Ride Tech air ride system. New chrome bumpers. The Calais was the entry-level Cadillac model that was sold from 1965 to 1976. Cadillac renamed its low-priced Series 62 “Calais” in 1965, after the French town and resort which overlooks the narrowest point in the English Channel. In Greek mythology, Calais was also one of two winged sons of Boreas, god of the North Wind, and Oreithyea. The Calais shared its styling with the better-equipped, more expensive De Ville.