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For Sale: 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special in St. Louis, Missouri

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1975 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham One owner from new with only 18,xxx actual milesOne of a handful Fleetwood Broughams built in 1975 500 CID V-8 engine (VIN code S) Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission and 2.73 gearing Gossamer Blue Firemist exterior (code 92) with silver-blue, cross-grain padded roof (code D) Antique Dark Blue leather interior (code 262) Air-conditioning, power recirculating ball steering with variable ratio, power front disc and rear drum brakes, cruise control, tilt steering column, power windows, power locks, power sideview mirrors, power 60/40 split front bench seat, power antenna, Twilight Sentinel and driver?s exterior temperature gauge 133-inch wheelbase Firsts for 1975 include: Standard 500 CID engine on all full-sized Cadillacs Standard whitewall tires Standard dual front reading lights on Fleetwood Brougham Standard High Energy Ignition (HEI) System Standard catalytic converter Rectangular headlamps Tucked below the Fleetwood Limousine and the Fleetwood 75 sedan in Cadillac?s hierarchy during the mid-70s was the Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham, which slotted above the Coupe and Sedan de Ville and entry-level Calais. This one owner caddy was driven for approx 3 years then packed in a garage and used sparingly. Previous original owner stated miles of 18,xxx were actual to the car. Still on original 1976 title. Made during the second week of February 1975 in GM?s Detroit, Michigan factory on Clark Street (VIN code Q), this example was sold at The Major Cadillac in Kansas City, Missouri. It is dressed in Gossamer Blue Firemist (code 92) with a silver-blue, cross-grain padded roof (code D). The car?s bodywork is straight and solid while the engine bay is very tidy. The car?s chrome bumpers are in very good order. However the rear bumper inserts have deteriorated over time and need replacement. This big rig rolls on new Nexen white stripe radials, size 235/75R15 at all four corners. Each one is mounted to a steel wheel topped with a factory wheel cover. The covers are all in good, original order while the tires are in new condition. This car has a 133-inch wheelbase, three inches longer than a De Ville with a body that is three inches longer than that of a De Ville. One of the most obvious changes to GM?s full-size cars in 1975 was the switch from round to rectangular headlights. Cadillac made significant advancements in engineering for 1975, that resulted in an increase in gasoline mileage. Among them was the new catalytic converter. This was an important advancement, as it scrubbed engine emissions outside of the engine?allowing the engine itself to be recalibrated for improved efficiency under varied conditions. The High Energy Ignition (HEI) System introduced last year as an option was made standard for 1975, an important advancement in engine performance, reliability and length between scheduled services. Under that huge, counterbalanced hood is GM?s largest displacement gasoline engine up that time, the 500 CID (8.2L) V-8 with a Rochester Quadrajet carburetor. Backing this monster engine is a Turbo Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission and a 2.73 rear end. Cadillac introduced a new, wider radiator for 1975 for better cooling in heavy traffic conditions. New engine mounts also isolated the engine better, to reduce vibration and noise. New stainless steel sandwiched rear brake lines resisted corrosion longer. Other changes made to improve fuel economy included modifications to the transmission torque converter to make it ?tighter? for more immediate, positive response. Lower axle ratios also helped increase mileage, as did steel-belted radial ply tires, which reduced drag up to 33 percent compared to bias-belted tires. This meant less rolling resistance and better fuel economy. Driver convenience features are abundant, as expected on a Cadillac ? air-conditioning; power, recirculating-ball steering; power front disc and finned rear drum brakes that were self-adjusting; cruise control; tilt steering column; power windows; power locks; power sideview mirrors; Dual Comfort 60/40 split front seat with power adjuster; and power antenna. Trunk auto-latch is inop. Inside, the car is finished in Antique Dark Blue Leather (code 262). The front and rear bench seats, complete with fold-down center armrests, are in overall very good order. The corresponding blue carpeting is in satisfactory condition while the blue headliner looks great. In the rear, which looks roomy enough to be a limousine, there are nods to Cadillac?s past ? footrest panels and straps attached to the front seatbacks to which one can fold over coats, suit jackets and the like. The inner door panels, dash and steering wheel are garnished with burled wood for added warmth. The inner door panels, dashboard and column-mounted shift lever are all in great shape and a factory AM-FM radio completes the interior. The A/C blows, but not cold and the compressor engages but is noisy. In 1965, the ?Brougham? name was first affixed to ?Fleetwood? on the Fleetwood Sixty Special as an upgraded option package, which included a vinyl roof and special ?Brougham? script lettering on the sides, but it was not a separate model. In 1966, the Fleetwood Brougham was added as a separate model, accompanying the Fleetwood 60 Special, which continued through 1970. In 1971, with the Fleetwood Brougham outselling the Fleetwood 60 Special by a large margin, the two models were consolidated into a single model, the Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham, and would continue with this name through 1976. The car's name was shortened to Fleetwood Brougham with the 1977 downsizing across the GM car line. The ?d'Elegance? and ?Talisman? sub-models were also sometimes used to designate upgraded option packages. For the 1975 model year, the 472ci v8 was replaced by the 500ci v8 previously only available on the Eldorado. As a mid-year change, a Bendix electronic fuel injection was available for the first time, it was the same system used on the Seville introduced at the same time. A new fascia with the now legal square headlights was introduced. Air conditioning was made standard equipment (even if it was ordered in over 95% of Cadillacs by this time). Competition to this Fleetwood in 1975 included Buick?s Electra 225, Chrysler?s Imperial, Dodge?s Royal Monaco Brougham, Lincoln?s Continental, Mercury?s Grand Marquis and Oldsmobile?s 98 Regency. If you?re looking for quintessential 70s luxury from when it was Standard of the Word, you must stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check out this Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham. VIN: 6B69S5Q207324 This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 18,048 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, original 1976 title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.

Vehicle Details

  • 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special
  • Listing ID: CC-1631701
  • Price: Contact Seller
  • Location:St. Louis, Missouri
  • Year:1975
  • Make:Cadillac
  • Model:Fleetwood 60 Special
  • Odometer:18048
  • Stock Number:210808
  • VIN:6B69S5Q207324
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