GR Auto Gallery is excited to offer this highly original and unique 1972 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 4 Door Limousine.

This Cadillac has spent nearly all of its life in the high mountain desert of Oregon and Idaho. As a result of the dry climate and responsible ownership, this Cadillac remains in quite impressive original condition. The car has just over 49000 miles on the odometer and these miles are believed to be original. It comes dressed in its mostly if not all original Sable Black exterior paint, over original black interior and what appears to be the original black vinyl roof. Powering this behemoth is its original 472 CID V8 engine, automatic transmission and rear wheel drive.

The original paint has recently been treated to a high-level paint correction and shows very deep and glossy. As it is mostly original, there are some patinaed areas and checking showing mostly on the top of the fenders. The original interior is overall beautiful. The original interior features the desirable Matador cloth seats, factory auxiliary folding rear seat, rear audio control, rear seat illumination, power windows, power mirrors, new embossed floormats, and six, yes six ash trays with lighter for power plug in. (It does not appear the car has been smoked in). The wood grain accents are all in very good condition, the dash pad does have one crack on the passenger side.

Other highlights included:

  • Power steering
  • power brakes
  • factory climate control
  • front bench seat with fold down arm rest
  • auto dimming head lights
  • tilt telescopic steering wheel
  • fender skirts
  • excellent chrome and trim
  • remote mirrors and more.

Mechanically, this car runs and drives very good and is ready for immediate enjoyment.

Cadillac Built 267,872 cars in 1972, out of that, Just 960 Series 75 Fleetwood Limousines were produced.

Price: $15,900

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Location: Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States