Cadillac Fleetwood 75

Welcome inside this Cadillac Fleetwood 75.

In 1972, Cadillac produced only 960 of these 9 passenger limousines. This car is from Los Angeles, California.
The seller was told that the first owner of this limo was the man who designed the International Space Station, but there’s no confirmation, so it’s currently just a good story. The car has been kept largely original and is rust-free. It was originally black and has been given a cheap, low-quality refinish in the USA. The paint needs to be repaired or you can foil wrap the entire car. 472 cid (7.8 liter) Cadillac V8 with a newly built TH400 automatic transmission.

The Cadillac Fleetwood 75 is packed with then-insane luxury equipment:
Electric windows
Power window between front and rear seats
Dual AM/FM radios
Power steering
Electric brakes
Tilted steering column
Leather front seat.
New battery and alternator
The steering wheel is very nice, it may sound strange, but on these cars the steering wheel is often damaged by the sun.
The car drives very well and rides and lies well on the road, very smooth and nice, just like a limo should.
The brakes work as they should and the body is straight, though with some paint defects and a few “Bilka dents”. Chrome bumpers are straight and very nice in chrome.

The doors all open and close just as they should, easily and effortlessly. No hanging or scratching. All the windows go up and down as they should, including the driver’s window, and they all connect.

All things considered, this is a fine early 70s luxury example. A loving hand will take this limo to the next level.

This car has never been used as a limo taxi, only for private driving.
Imported to Denmark in 2004 and stored inside and dry ever since.
The odometer shows 38,392 miles, but the seller thinks the real mileage is 138,392 miles (221,427 km).
This is a great car for wedding driving, notice how the back door is higher than the front door. Easier to get in and out.

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