This 1966 Cadillac is an amazing example of a long-dead American cultural icon: the land yacht.
The interior features front and rear bench seats upholstered in white leather (457), matching door panel inserts, red carpeting, and a two-tone dashboard and door panels. Wood trim accents the doors and Cadillac-branded floor mats line the footwells. Amenities include lap belts, automatic climate control, power windows, cruise control, optional front headrests, and an AM/FM stereo. The seller notes that the power-adjustable front seat functions intermittently.
Intermittent seat functionality! This car could be mine!
I spent my mid-twenties in a 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 Convertible, which is nowhere near as cool as this Caddy, but was similarly RED, THIRSTY and CONVERTIBLE. There is nothing like riding in a giant, open living room with a very plush suspension. It is a lot like driving a comfy couch around.