1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine For Sale Review
|Type:||Limo Sales||Year:||1964||Date Posted:||07/15/2009
1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine General Review
Here is a rare, original 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood model 75, 9 passenger sedan, Limousine. It has 62,000 original miles and is in such good condition you could drive it home. It starts on the first turn of the key and runs smooth and quiet. The transmission shifts smooth. It has been maintained very well and on a regular basis. 1964 WAS THE LAST YEAR OF THE "BIG FIN" CADILLAC CARS. It is a desirable year because some collectors think that it was one of the most elegant of the era, and toward the end of the hand built quality cars. This is a RARE MODEL. The 9 PASSENGER MODEL 75 FLEETWOOD "limo" was the most expensive Cadillac and perhaps the most expensive American car in 1964. It was just under $10,000. That was more than 5 times the cost of a Chevy! This beauty was the top-of-the-line car with all of the options including leather padded roof!
This car would be wonderful for taking friends and family to shows or out for fun, you can fit up to 9 people in comfort and luxury! WITH working AC! AND... you can use this car to make $ money as a specialty limo service or for movies and photo shoots!
Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine Limo For Sale Interior Review
This 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo is a REAL BEAUTY! It has the original air conditioning and it does work! The interior is original and was covered in original dealership plastic protective covers, which we just removed. Because it of the protective covering, thee interior quite excellent overall. Thhe only exception is on one panel on drivers seat shoulder which needs a panel to be repaired. The plastic was off this panel and it became worn. It can be repaired and then have the interior CLEANED professionally and it will be a relatively beautiful "top quality" original and complete wool broadcloth interior! The air conditioner was upgraded to the new r134 and it blowing cool!
1964 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine Limo Sale Exterior Review
The exterior of this 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood is "show" ready or "driver" ready, whichever you prefer. It is as straight as can be, with nice silver-grey paint and only a few tiny bubbles around fender skirt area. The chrome is gleaming and free of any rust or stains. It has been garage kept car. And don't forget the beautiful wide whitewall tires. Boy,m are they nice! The trunk is clean, engine is clean and it even has the hood insulation pads. All lights and gauges work as does the electric windows. The special sliding rear vent windows slide open as they should.
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