2-door hardtop, 429 cu in (7.0 L) OHV V8
The Cadillac Calais is a full-size luxury car that was made by Cadillac from 1965 to 1976. Cadillac renamed its entry-level Series 62 the 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 the winged sons of Boreas, god of the North Wind, and Oreithyea.
Listed as standard equipment for cars in this line were: automatic transmission, power brakes, power steering, heater and defroster, reflectors, full wheel discs, three-speed windshield wipers and washers, lefthand remote control outside rear view mirror, inside non-glare rear view mirror, visor vanity mirror, cigarette lighter, electric clock, cornering lights, lamps for the rear compartment, glovebox and luggage compartment, interior courtesy lamps, all standard GM safety features.
Also included at base price were: automatic Climate Controls, rear cigarette lighter (except coupes), padded dashboard, Hazard Warning system, front and rear seat belts with outboard refractors.