I am a private collector and one of the largest classic car
wholesalers in the country with an endless passion for classic cars
and trucks. Some of our vehicles located in California have been
rented out to movies, commercials, photoshoots and parties. We
carry a large selection of makes and models that includes
everything from rare European and Japanese classics all the way
American Classics, Mopars and Pickup Trucks.
Are you a classic car connoisseur looking for classic/vintage
vehicles without having to pay luxury prices? If so, you are in the
right place! I know that magic feeling when the right quality meets
the right price.
View our collection where you will find vehicles starting from
projects to fully restored concours condition cars and trucks.
We update our collection very often and right now we are
liquidating some of our collection with the lowest prices out there
to make room for new arrivals. We sell nationwide and worldwide and
have vehicles all over the country that are 100% owned by us with
clean titles in hand.
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CALL OR TEXT 747 600 2212 TOM
1959 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD LIMOUSINE
The Cadillac Series 70 (models 70 and 75) is a full-size V8-powered
series of cars that were produced by Cadillac from the 1930s to the
1980s. It replaced the 1935 355E as the company's mainstream car
just as the much less expensive Series 60 was introduced. The
Series 72 and 67 were similar to the Series 75 but the 72 and 67
were produced on a slightly shorter and longer wheelbase
respectively. The Series 72 was only produced in 1940 and the
Series 67 was only produced in 1941 and 1942. For much of the
postwar era, it was the top-of-the-line Cadillac, and was
Cadillac's factory-built limousine offering.
Production of the short wheelbase Series 70 ceased in 1938, but
reappeared briefly as the relatively expensive Series 70 Eldorado
Brougham 4-door hardtop from 1957 to 1958, while the long wheelbase
Series 75 made a final appearance in the 1987 model year.
The 1959 Cadillac incorporated totally new styling with a large
tailfin, twin bullet taillamps, new jewel-like grille patterns and
matching deck-lid beauty panels personified these cars. The
in-house code number for the model was changed from 7500 to 6700,
in keeping with Cadillac's new numbering scheme, but the commercial
name remained "Series Seventy-Five". Production models again were a
nine-passenger sedan and Imperial limousine with auxiliary jump
seats. The "Imperial" term was no longer used soon after Chrysler
introduced their top-level luxury sedans and limousines with the
Imperial in 1955.
CLEAN AND CLEAR TITLE IN HAND
UP FOR SALE IS A SUPER RARE AND SUPER STRETCH 1959 FLEETWOOD
LIMOUSINE IN BEAUTIFUL SHAPE. THIS LIMO IS OVER 26 FEET LONG AND
LOOKS AMAZING. THIS IS A CROWD STOPPER AS THERE ARE LESS THAN A
DOZEN OR SO OF THESE STRETCHED 1959 LIMOS. THE ENGINE IS VERY
HEALTHY AND RUNS STRONG. THE TRANSMISSION WAS REBUILT LESS THAN 100
MILES AGO AND SHIFTS SMOOTHLY THROUGH ALL THE GEARS. THE BODY IS
NICE AND STRAIGHT WITH ALL LINES NICELY ALIGNED. THE PAINT IS OLDER
BUT IS IN GREAT CONDITION. ALL GLASS IS NICE AND INTACT. THE CHROME
IS BRIGHT AND SHINY. THE INTERIOR IS COMPLETE AND IN GREAT
CONDITION, NO RIPS OR TEARS. IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A RARE AND HIGH
END LIMO HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN THIS BEAUTY
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN THIS GREAT CLASSIC!
Most classic cars we consider as projects because of the age and
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Please note, I want to make sure that you are absolutely satisfied
with your purchase. Bid with confidence and if you have any
questions that I might not have covered in the description, don't
hesitate to ask. You can email me or send me your telephone number
and I will give you a call. I have tried my best to describe this
vehicle as accurately as I can. Remember, this vehicle is from the
1950's and can have some imperfections that I'm not aware of.
Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. I can cooperate with your
shipper. This vehicle is advertised on other websites, so I have
the right to end the auction early if it gets sold.
Please, be ready to buy when you click. A non-refundable $500
deposit is due when the auction ends. The final payment is due
within 7 days after the auction ends. Balance is to be paid via
bank wire or a certified bank cashier's check. Check will need to
clear before the vehicle is released and the title is sent. The
winning bidder needs to contact me within 24 hours of auction end
to make payment arrangements. Please, arrange all financing prior
to bidding. If you are not sure about anything, please don't assume
- just ask. I'm very easy going and will help in any way I can,
but, please, be absolutely sure that you are ready to buy when you
bid. All non-paying bidders will be reported to eBay.
People have different opinions and expectations of older vehicles.
It is your responsibility to personally inspect the vehicle or send
a third-party inspector that will perform an inspection to your
satisfaction. Remember, this vehicle is from the 1950's, and even
though I've tried my best to describe it, it can have some
imperfections which I'm not aware of.
Due to vehicle age all sales are "Final" and "As Is"