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Old 07-18-2017, 10:24 PM
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Default 1986 Fleetwood Seventy Five Nice!

Nice limo, it would look nice in my garage and it would fit! Oh well, maybe one of you would be interested.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1986-Cadilla...53.m1438.l2649
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Contact him and see if he might be interested in a swap for your ambulance.
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Old 07-18-2017, 11:27 PM
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I did speak with the seller, seems like a nice guy. I have checked out this car last year and it is just as advertised. If anyone is interested, you will not be disappointed with the car.
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Go for it. It was a dark day at Cadillac when those came out.
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Go for it. It was a dark day at Cadillac when those came out.

The wife is holding tough right now, she is saying "when the Pontiac is sold" so unless I can persuade her, I can't. It may have been a dark day at Cadillac, when these came out, but for a neat little limo for the hobby, it would do just fine for me.
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They are a real nice small limousine. I have white one with blue interior. It is not a formal and the jump seats are tight. I can only guess what the leg room is like with the partition. A fun car to drive for sure. My car came out of Texas so it was pretty clean underside. Bill it is a little bigger than the Chrysler. Just explain to her that it would not take much more space than the Chrysler, also a fun car to drive.
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They are a real nice small limousine. I have white one with blue interior. It is not a formal and the jump seats are tight. I can only guess what the leg room is like with the partition. A fun car to drive for sure. My car came out of Texas so it was pretty clean underside. Bill it is a little bigger than the Chrysler. Just explain to her that it would not take much more space than the Chrysler, also a fun car to drive.
Thanks Gus, I agree with you. Actually, I rode in this limo, it seemed comfortable in front and back.
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How was the Cadillac engine that year? I read you should replace the timing chain in this engine at 60,000 miles
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How was the Cadillac engine that year? I read you should replace the timing chain in this engine at 60,000 miles
It is the HT4100 and I do not know about the timing chain, but it really seems to run well.
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I hope not mine is about to turn over 60,000.
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