This 1957 Cadillac Fleetwood is an upper-class four-door hardtop.
But just like the best rebellions of the post-war era, this one has
undergone a transformation and out to be pure rock-and-roll. So you
still get a loaded cruiser with proper V8 power, but now it also
comes with a superstar-style presentation.
The Fleetwood is a true premium machine where the styling is built
to merge with a ton of chrome. That's why the hood custom forms
around the outstretched Dagmars, and the trim below the rear style
line is so long that it begins in the front door and doesn't stop
until it merges with the rear bumper. There are beautiful touches
everywhere you look, including the integrated rear exhaust and the
Fleetwood's exclusive pillarless hardtop profile. This one even has
upgraded crystal clear headlights for added flair! And even with
all this distinction, we bet the first thing you really noticed was
the paint. While Elvis Presley preferred pink Cadillacs, we would
imagine he'd approve of this lively purple. It has aged a little,
but let's face it, rock and roll never dies.
Another reason Elvis would endorse this one comes from the custom
interior. Purple, black, and red velvet surround the black insert
on the seats. Even the door panels, dash, parcel shelf, and
headliner are done to match. And yes, you also see Marilyn Monroe
in the passenger side ceiling just to make sure you get the right
vibe right before you get out and walk the red carpet. There's even
a police-style horn to clear the paparazzi out of your way. And
while this has the look of old-school Hollywood excess there's also
still plenty of practical allure. After all, you truly have the
right size to carry plenty of family and friends in comfort. There
are even nice factory features like power windows (passenger rear
may need servicing.) And while the radio has a retro style, it's
really a modern AM/FM digital tuner with Bluetooth. So your music
selection is whatever strikes your mood.
When you lift the hood, there's more of that custom purple
presentation. But if you dig a little deeper, you see this is
really quite stock with hardy Caddy power. It's the
numbers-matching 365 cubic-inch V8. Topped with a four-barrel
carburetor, these were the power envy powerhouse of their day. And
this even has a glasspack-style dual exhaust for a nice tune. But
this is far from a hot rodder. It's really about being smooth and
swift. Plus, you have a Hydramatic automatic transmission, power
steering, and power brakes. There are even air shocks in the rear
and the classic whitewalls hide a modern tread.
This is rock star distinction for a roadie price. So if you're
looking to go bold, don't miss this custom Caddy. Call today!!!