Actor Tim Allen’s modified 2000 Cadillac DeVille DTSi coudl be yours for the right price. Interested? It’s actually a part of the Petersen Automotive Museum’s collection, with just 13,400 miles on the odometer. From the factory, its 4.6L Northstar V8 engine makes around 300 hp, but this modified version, most certainly makes considerably more.
How much more? The listing claims the upgraded engine now generates 398 hp, but there’s no dyno tests to confirm that number. Other modifications include a larger intake system, stainless-steel headers, a Corsa Performance exhaust system, 18-inch Konig wheels, aftermarket front / rear springs that lower the ride height by 1-inch, a 30mm front roll bar, front strut tower brace, 4-piston Bremebo front brake calipers, and 14-inch drilled / vented front brake rotors. More information here.
- Eye-catching black design with modern aesthetic: Ninebot S is compact, weighting just 28 lbs with a max load of 220 lbs; Applicable Age 16 – 50 years; Applicable Height - 3.11 – 6.6 Inch
- High-performance lithium-ion battery for extended use: Thanks to the dual 400W motors, it can easily reach a max speed of 10 mph; A single fully charged battery can run up to 13.7 miles, climbing a max slope of 15°
- Illuminating LED lights for increased visibility and safety
Cadillac released the eighth and final generation of the DeVille for the 2000 model year. The sedan was shorter, narrower, and more streamlined than its predecessor (though its wheelbase gained nearly two inches), and it offered a longer list of available features including Night Vision and rear parking sensors,” said the seller.