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Old 12-22-2014, 10:16 PM
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Default 1967 Cadillac Series 75 limo

Looks all there: ( I've actually been in this small Iowa town hunting a rare-colored 1975 Olds 88 convertible several years ago, I passed on the car but it's recently come up for sale again....I guess if you wait long enuf......!)



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Looks like a great deal for the $$$. I had one of its brothers about 20 years ago they are great cars.
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Just putting the correct sized tires on it would make it look 100% better! I agree in that it looks to be well worth the money. Looks like someone bumped someone with it damaging the hood and possibly tweeking the front bumper.
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I'm really more of a hearse person, not a lot of interest in limos, but I drooled a little bit over this one! I just love that era of GM cars, looks very fixable, wish it was closer to me.
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