West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional and great daily driving and rust free example of this original southern California 'Black License Plate' and mostly all original 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Sedan in its beautiful original 'Sable Black' color (code 10) paint and with its all original and gorgeous condition matching 'Black Leather' (Trim code 051) interior with its original spare wheel and jack still unused in the all original trunk with its original trunk lining and it's original 472/340HP 4 bbl V8 engine with believed to be 66K original miles! The car was sold with factory options including; Turbo Hydra-matic transmission Vogue Tyres Sherman Oaks Group Package Automatic Climate Control Leather Upholstery Automatic Level Control Power Windows Power Door Locks AM/FM Radio Padded Vinyl Roof Cruise Control Group 1 Package Guidamatic headlights Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel Power front disc brakes Power Door Locks Twilight Sentinel Air Inj Reactor & Center Vents Rear Fender Skirts Front & Rear Center Armrests Remote Mirror Hazard Warning Flashers 6 Way Power Seat This particular example was sold to its original southern California owner on 2/26/1966 at the renown 'Casa de Cadillac' dealership of Sherman Oaks, California and will be sold with its original owners manuals, dealer Protecto-Plate, original purchase order from Casa de Cadillac and its original California registration form from 1966 and other related original documentation! We understand the car to have an original 66K miles! The floor boards, trunk and all the typical rust-prone areas are completely original, solid and rust-free and the car has no signs of any accidents with seemingly all original paint - obviously an always garaged and cherished southern California 'Garage Queen' since new with no signs of sun damage either. The car has very acceptable seemingly all original paint in its original 'Sable Black' color and boasts its all original 'Black Leather' interior with matching carpeting, all of which is still in quite exceptional condition throughout. The 429/3740HP 4 barrel V8 engine is extremely strong and powerful and sounds absolutely magnificent and this particular car drives absolutely magnificently - must be driven to be believed - does not miss a beat and purrs like a kitten - drives straight as an arrow with no strange road wobbles, shakes or rattles - a truly remarkable daily driver that will give any modern day car a run for it's money! The transmission shifts smoothly through the gears and the car is an absolute pleasure to drive! The car has always obviously always been well maintained and all the options work as they should including all the power options, the power windows, power seats and the factory air conditioning! The car boasts its original spare wheel and jack in the truck! The 'Standard of the World' was once again the leader in luxury, the leader in engineering prowess and the epitome of elegance and splendor. The 1966 Fleetwood Sixty-Special Brougham Sedan, now its own separate model series was eloquence on the grand Cadillac scale. The fabulous Fleetwood Brougham was the most luxurious owner-driven Cadillac sedan. It was truly the 'Cadillac of Cadillac's!' The Fleetwood series with all its grandeur was the most revered of Cadillac’s offerings. Cadillac’s Brougham series was always decadently luxurious to the point of obscene opulence …. unmistakably Cadillac. The Fleetwood Brougham had signature features that made it unique and stately with a highly distinguished presence The Fleetwood Sixty-Special and the Fleetwood Eldorado were the only two non-limousine Cadillac's bodied by Fleetwood coachcrafters. The Fleetwood Brougham priced at $6,695 and the Fleetwood Sixty-Special at $6,378, were the classics that augmented Cadillac’s luxury fleet. The Brougham differed from the Sixty-Special, as it came standard with a fully padded vinyl roof treatment, special 'Brougham' carpeted rear seat foot rests and adjustable reading lamps, walnut trim, and lighted rear seat writing tables. Standard was Cadillac’s hydraulic dual power braking system with both front and rear brakes operating independently and a parking brake that doubled as a true auxiliary braking system. The parking brake would not lock with the engine running and car in gear. Also standard was Cadillac’s Variable Ratio power steering which constantly adjusted to the driver’s style automatically. The 1966 Fleetwood Brougham had an interior that rivaled a limousine. It was deep-seated luxury with many comfort and convenience accessories as standard. A fully leather upholstered interior by Fleetwood, genuine walnut graced the dash and door panels. Fleetwood luxury was no more evident than in the Brougham with its carpeted rear seat foot rests, folding illuminated writing tables, adjustable reading lamps, even power ventipanes. Fleetwoods received a complete compliment of power accessories including power windows, power seat, Automatic Level Control, front and rear folding center arm rests, courtesy lighting, and a fully padded vinyl roof with 'Brougham' scripts identifying this as the epitome of Cadillac luxury. Fleetwood interiors blended fabrics, leathers, and walnut in typical Fleetwood tastefulness. The Fleetwood series were recognized by the classic laurel wreath and Cadillac crest design. Its powerful 429/340 hp V8 engine powered this personal limo and Cadillac offered more standard comfort and convenience features and luxurious optional equipment than any other luxury brand. Every Cadillac Fleetwood was truly a masterpiece from the master craftsmen. There's no better example of GM's styling and engineering prowess in a four door luxury sedan model than the 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special - drive one like this particular example and you will see why - its hard to believe that this car was built over 50 years ago! These cars bristled with the latest in modern appointments and had few rivals in the luxury market and were purchased only by the very privileged elite. The 429/340HP V8 engine was the biggest and smoothest engine built by Cadillac to date and it proved unsurpassed in the industry as the largest engine ever put in a production passenger motor car and provided both sparkling acceleration, yet also quiet and effortless highway cruising, almost like having two engines This is an extraordinarily rare opportunity to own a great daily driving example of a mostly completely all original southern California boasting its original 'Black License' plates desirable all Black 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham showing pride of ownership and in great driving and looking condition with almost every possible factory available option installed and with believed to be only 66K original miles!