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Old 09-28-2016, 11:07 AM
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Default 1959 Cadillac Fleetwood Lead Car

1959 Cadillac Fleetwood Lead car looks quite nice no need to redo interior. One can only wonder why seller did not clean it up and detail it. If you have a 59 hearse this is for you. The price is right for a 59. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cadillac-Fle...m=371748147864
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Bet this was a beauty new. Agree, great companion to a 59 Coach.
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Unfortunately, someone has made off with its original '59/'60 Eldo/Fleetwood wheel covers, which are very expensive! I love '59 Cadillacs, but I prefer the styling of the '60 Fleetwood over the '59 Fleetwood.

He is dreaming at $12,000! The '59 Fleetwoods don't have that kind of following. He will be lucky to get half of that in that condition!
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Yep my first Cadillac was a 60 convertible I always liked 60s better than 59s too. I even got a set of the Fleetwood Eldo covers for it. My first car with AC and it would freeze you out. I honestly think the seller could pull 12k out of it but he needs to make it run and drive and clean up the interior.
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