1948 Cadillac Limousine. A very desirable American classic, ease of operation & control, powerful engine, and luxurious comfort.
The 1948 Fleetwood 75 Series Touring Imperial was a hand-crafted limousine built in Cadillac tradition where there is no compromise with quality in design or in choice of materials.
The 1948 Cadillac genuinely established the brand as America's ultimate automobile status symbol. The body features a "torpedo" body shell that originated with the first Series Sixty- Special. The headlamp are mounted inward and it sports a horizontal egg-crate grille. Emblems and trims are in great condition. Luxury interior in a black leather tuck and roll pattern. Black paneled doors, symmetrically designed dashboard, flanking round speedometer and clock are just some of the classic details that complete the interior.
Transmission: Automatic (hydro-matic)
Interior: Black/Tan leather mohair, 9 passenger with jump seats, power windows
Additional details: 346 cubic-inch, L-head V8 with hydraulic valve filters, three main bearings, and delivering 150 horsepower with the division window were offered in a seven-passenger configuration.