1970 Cadillac Deville Convertible Hubcap Wheel Cover Center Emblem Ornament on 2040-parts.com
Holiday, Florida, United States
THIS LISTING IS FOR ONE (1) ORIGINAL VINTAGE 1970 CADILLAC CREST ORNAMENTAL EMBLEM FOR THE CENTER OF THE HUBCAP WHEEL COVER - THIS ITEM IS SPECIFIC TO DEVILLE CONVERTIBLE - DEVILLE - FLEETWOOD & CALAIS MODEL CADILLACS ONLY AND FOR THE 1970 MODEL YEAR ONLY.
NOTE: THIS ITEM IS NOT PERIOD CORRECT FOR ELDORADO
NOTE: THIS IS A ONE (1) YEAR ONLY DESIGN ITEM SPECIFIC TO 1970 - UNLIKE ALL OTHER 60s-70s ERA CADILLAC CREST EMBLEMS THAT WERE SUBSTANTIALLY SMALLER 2" X 1-1/2" - THIS 1970 ONE YEAR ONLY DESIGN FEATURED THE "JUMBO SIZED" CADILLAC CREST APPROXIMATING 2-3/4" WIDE X 2-1/8" TALL PROVIDING A MEGALITHIC APPEARANCE SPECIFICALLY FEATURED IN 1970 DeVILLE.
Please review the last photo (Photo No.12) depicting the 1970 Period Correct HubCap Wheel Cover that is exemplifying the Period Correct Jumbo Cadillac Crest Emblem "as-mounted". This photo also illustrates a precision digital caliper measuring the Jumbo Emblem as well as a NON-1970 standard sized Cadillac Crest Emblem placed for side-by-side comparison.
NOTE: If you have an Eldorado or a non-1970 Cadillac and you are seeking the standard sized Cadillac Crest Emblems for 1964-1973 -(1970),.. then please see my --. Seller's Other Listings" or message me for that item.
THE MEGALITHIC DESIGN FEATURE FOR 1970 IS VISIBLE THROUGHOUT THE CADILLAC MODELS IN 1970 EXCEPT FOR ELDORADO. THE PRESENCE OF THE JUMBO SIZED FRONT HOOD NOSE EMBLEM AS WELL AS THE JUMBO SIZED TRUNK FLIP-LOCK COVER EMBLEM IS CONSISTENT IN 1970 RIGHT DOWN TO THE HUBCAP WHEEL COVER EMBLEMS AS WELL.
THESE JUMBO ONE (1) YEAR ONLY 1970 HUBCAP EMBLEMS ARE RARE AND I ONLY HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER OF THESE BEAUTIFUL 1970 WHEEL COVER HUBCAP EMBLEMS
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