The ninth generation of Cadillac’s Fleetwood (1966-1970) was a monster of a sedan/limousine that shared common styling cues with the smaller Series 62 & De Ville, but was an entirely different breed of machine. Everything on the Fleetwood is larger than life and handles like a granite statue of an automobile — but if you are a family man looking for the non-minivan in your
garage plus sized driveway, this could be it. Find this 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limo offered for $10,000 in Vancouver, BC, Canada via hemmings.
Tipping the scales at a full sized brodozer shaming 5,800 lbs, the Fleetwood is powered by a 429 cubic inch Cadillac V8 that was rated at 340 SAE gross horsepower when new. You can comfortably drive this thing anywhere with seating for 9 (3 up front, 3 in rear, and 3 in the middle IIRC) as long as you can afford the tug boat sized fuel bill.
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