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Old 02-04-2014, 11:06 PM
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Default 1973 Cadillac 75 Limo Division window Ill.

Here is what appears to be a nice 73 limo with a division window seller states AC works reasonable Buy It Now http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cadillac-Fle...US_Cars_Trucks
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It's a small detail but I really like the headlight design of the 73 with that huge turn signal/running light positioned between each headlight. Fine car.
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It's a small detail but I really like the headlight design of the 73 with that huge turn signal/running light positioned between each headlight. Fine car.
I like that detail also but I hate the front bomber. it looks like a fat lip.
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NICE CARS EITHER WAY,MIKE,JOHN CAN YOU PUT PICS,SIDE BY SIDE OF A 73 AND 72,I HAVE A 72 IN MY PICS,I LIKE BOTH FOR THE PEOPLE THAT DONT KNOW BOTH,THERE IS A NICE DIFFERENCE THANKS BRIAN
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For me 72 Black Yes 73 Blue No. Gold one is a 71
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I like each one of them !
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to each there own but the 71 72 nose to me was the peak of the big caddies.
that 73 still looks like some one kicked it in the bumper and it swelled up. now if we could just put the 73 nose on the 72 body one could have something. but they had to change to much to it to have the crash proof bumper. I hated that 73 S&S seat to. it was just shaped wrong for my anatomy.
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Here's a nice '73 headlight shot of a newly listed hearse. I don't think I've seen a more pristine bumper impact strip on a '73.

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Here's a nice '73 headlight shot of a newly listed hearse. I don't think I've seen a more pristine bumper impact strip on a '73.
I know the guy that sold this to the current owner .I would not buy a used hease from this guy.
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Here's a nice '73 headlight shot of a newly listed hearse. I don't think I've seen a more pristine bumper impact strip on a '73.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cadillac-Oth...US_Cars_Trucks
They also reproduce these Cadillac Bumper Impact Strips in full sets for 1971-1976 Cadillac bumpers correct style for the appropriate years. Both front and rear available. Company is Rubber the Right way- 866-789-7879. rubbertherightway.com Very good quality and correct appearance.
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