Just in is this spectacular rock solid 1-owner 1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limo

It is 1 of 834 made in 1976! We just acquired this from it’s original owner. They have been a customer of ours for years & we had been trying to get this one from them since 2019! This was sold new to Mr Gambardella on 5-18-1976 @ Dell Buick Cadillac in Ossining NY & has it only traveled 33k actual miles since built. It was used in there funeral home business in Yonkers NY & rarely was in rain or bad weather & climate controlled garaged & pampered since new & no it is not rusty or rotted it is truly rock solid & original! It really is amazing how it survived nearley 50 year tucked away up in that climate! Looks like proper garaged & climate controlled care works! This 1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 limousine is a final-year very late 3-1976 build tenth-generation example and an easy contender for largest-ever American production car, measuring in at 252 inches from stem to stern, or nearly two feet longer than the already-massive Sixty Special of the same era. Finished in a suitably all black paint that’s believed to be the original paint finish & is a no-vinal roof car! Fantastic interior with perfect dash & steering wheel, carpets, door panels & the original front power bench leather seat shows just about new & is soft & supple! The rear fabrics show excellent & rear seat bottem is covered in plastic since new! The car looks very very well preserved throughout & is a real survivor. Including luxury niceties like multi-zone climate control with A/C-Heat, rear foldable jump seats & foot rests, rear radio controls and a rare privacy divider….not all of the 834 limos built in 1976 got the power glass divider. We have learned that approx 300 had this option & this is one of them. It has the commercial chassis with the 500ci V8 4bbl & smooth automatic transmission. Although 1976 was the final year of the tenth-generation Series 75, a number of standard and optional features debuted for the year, Correct Goodyear Poly Steel Whitewall tires were replaced approx 30 years & 2000 miles ago & still look good & ride nice & have that period look because they are period, All of the windows are operational. The rear portion of the cabin is spacious, and in a very old fashioned way, trimmed in cloth rather than leather during the early 20th century, limos and town cars were often open in the front, and thus specified more weather-resistant leather for chauffeurs and wool or similar for passengers. Two different upholstery styles were offered for this model year & three colors; Medici crushed velour in black or blue, or light grey Magnan knit. The rear bench can accommodate three passengers and are treated to their own standard footrests that flip up into jump seats. In addition to the power glass partition, those riding in the rear have controls for the radio, their own climate control and more. Super nice original chrome & glass, Very nice orignal engine bay that has not been rattle canned! Super nice original clean solid undercarriage. Nice bumper fillers. Super nice very tidy orignal trunk with orginal spare jack & tools in place & more! Side windows are powered, but the rear quarter glass is fixed, and in all, there are a total of four ashtrays and four cigarette lighters. The 500ci V8 4bbl equipment for this beauty included a Rochester Quadrajet carburetor and emissions-stifled output of 190 hp and 360 lb. ft. of torque, A 3-speed automatic sends power to a limited-slip rear which was standard for this model year.


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Location: Canton, Georgia, United States