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Old 01-26-2017, 06:52 PM
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Default 1968 Fleetwood 7533 Formal Limo

I would love to own this black beauty. If I had my 68 Superior sold, I would be bidding on this one.


http://www.ebay.com/itm/322399234313...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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1968 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limousine with Divider Window
VERY RARE only 995 produced
California vehicle until last 8 years
New paint that shows off the INCREDIBLE STRAIGHT RUST FREE BODY!
INCREDIBLE ORIGINAL INTERIOR
ONLY rear seat bottom has some fabric splitting
All windows are excellent, but the windshield has cracked by the pass side
NEW leather, paint, chrome, carpet, trunk carpet, engine, trans- top.
RUST FREE VEHICLE AND STRAIGHT
BEAUTIFUL FLOORS, PANS, ROCKERS UNDERNEATH
Bumpers are in excellent condition as is stainless
Drivers compartment is beautiful- ALL ORIGINAL
ALL POWER WORKS GREAT
NEW COOPER 235 75 15 WHITE WALL TIRES
Hubaps and trim are excellent
All spare tire equip and jack equip look new as well
Complete tuneup and fluid change, new muffler, car runs great
Brakes are NEW
This is a beautiful car- YOU BE PROUD TO PUT THIS IN YOUR COLLECTION


Shipping is responsibility of buyer
Questions 608-235-4633
Auction can end at anytime- offers considered
For those asking I will tell everyone- THE RESERVE IS $13500
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Bill,
You're too tall to be comfortable in a Series 75 formal limo. Not enough adjustment in the front seat. You need a Series 75 sedan.
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I'm sure Bill would prefer to stretch out in the back.. The whole point of owning a limousine is not to drive, but to be chauffeured!
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One problem Bill has under control. His live in chauffeur is the love of his life. And a nicer couple you can't meet
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Default It Is Back!!!

It is back for me to drool over! I like this car a lot and would love to be its next caretaker, but until I sell the Superior, I will just keep dreaming.

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Bill,
........but it's too long for you.... remember?? You need a standard wheel-based car! This is essentially the same length as your ambulance! The ambulance will turn more heads!!
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........but it's too long for you.... remember?? You need a standard wheel-based car! This is essentially the same length as your ambulance! The ambulance will turn more heads!!
Thanks for reminding me Kurt. You are obviously correct about the length and the attention the ambulance gets, no doubt the limo probably would not get the same attention. The other factor is height and that is more of a problem, or so it seems. Besides, I am ready for something different.
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