The original Cadillac Series 60 was produced between 1936-1938, and the Series 60 Special was manufactured again from 1987-1993. The eighth generation of Cadillac with the name 60 Special was built from 1961-1964 on a full-size rear-wheel drive C platform and was Cadillac's most expensive passenger car.
Available only as a four-door hardtop, this 1963 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 60 Special Sedan has many standard features including automatic transmission, dual backup lights, two speed wipers and a remote-control trunk lock. Other options include air conditioning, an Autronic Eye automatic headlight dimmer, electric door locks and Wonder Bar radio.
And there’s lots of power:
This top-of-the-line Fleetwood Series 60 Special has been maintained to its original condition by its past owners, with the last owner lovingly preserving for it for over 30 years.
The all-original Aspen White exterior paint, gleaming chrome and white leather/black carriage cloth interior are in great condition, and the air conditioning is excellent. The driver’s seat has some minor wear on the seat’s bolster.
The engine is V8 390 cu in/325 hp, producing a smooth ride with plenty of power. A new set of Coker radials were added after a thorough inspection and service.
With only 77,000 original miles, this beauty will give many miles of driving pleasure.