The 1976 DeVille was the last year of its generation and offered new colors and options suggesting what was to come. A new finer crosshatched grille. Cornering lamps got new horizontal chrome trim while taillamps gained a new bold look.
The 1974 DeVille received a wide eggcrate with dual round headlamps mounted close together in square bezels. Rear fendersides were flatter without the elliptical bulge. The rear end had vertical bumper ends with the taillight built in.
The 1973 DeVille got new energy absorbing bumpers that brought styling refinements. Grilles were widened and had an intricate eggcrate design. Larger vertical rectangles housed the parking lamps between wide spaced headlamps.
The 1972 DeVille received a modest frontal revision that placed more emphasis on horizontal grille blades. The parking lamps were moved from the bumper to between the square bezeled headlamps, which were now set wider apart.
The 1968 DeVille saw the installation of a power-oriented front seat with horizontal adjustment and the addition of illuminated door panel reflectors. There were richer appointments inside and out, including the traditional rear fender Tiffany-like scripts and plusher upholstery trims.
The 1970 DeVille received a facelift that included a grille with 13 vertical blades set against a delicately cross-hatched rectangular opening. The bright metal headlamp surrounds were met with more body color paint for a more refined look. Narrow vertical "vee" taillights were seen again.
The 1969 DeVille was restyled in the Eldorado image with Eldorado-like front fender treatment that helped emphasize a stronger horizontal design line. Rear quarters were extended to give the car a longer look.