: 1995 Cadillac RWD Fleetwood Production Stats



Sandy
10-16-04, 09:53 AM
1995 Cadillac RWD Fleetwood Production Stats

03,916 - Sable Black
02,852 - Cotillion White
01,572 - Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic
01,403 - Frost Beige Metallic
01,383 - Fawn Grey Metallic
01,035 - Dark Cherry Metallic
00,886 - Slate Green Metallic
00,856 - Calypso Green Metallic
00,655 - Light Adriatic Blue Metallic
00,625 - Carmine Red Metallic
00,417 - Medium Adriatic Blue Metallic
00,374 - Majestic Amethyst Metallic
00,179 - Platinum Metallic ***
00,012 - Academy Grey Metallic ***
00,007 - Mary Kay Pink +++
00,004 - Black Sapphire Metallic ***
00,004 - Light Gray Metallic ***
16,180 - Grand Total

There was no seperation breakout in 1995 between the Base Fleetwood and the Fleetwood Brougham, as in 1995 the "Brougham" was listed by Cadillac as an OPTION, rather than a seperate model. The Brougham Option was viewed no differently than any other normally released optional accessory.

*** = Colors that were reserved exclusively for Funeral Companies so that
any new vehicles would match the remainder of their fleets, such as Flower Cars, Family Cars, and Hearses.
+++ = Color owned with patents to Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc. Dallas, Texas.

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HotRodSaint
10-16-04, 11:12 AM
That brings to 11, the number of Mary Kay cars. Maybe 4 have survived in tact.

lacmang
10-16-04, 11:50 AM
Somebody mentioned they saw a triple white 93-96 Fleetwood Brougham, I've never seen one, I don't know if it came factory or what but I wonder how many were made.

ShadowLvr400
10-16-04, 12:16 PM
01,383 - Fawn Grey Metallic

00,012 - Academy Grey Metallic ***



Anyone know what these 2 colors look like? I'm not so sure I have Fawn Grey. I think I might be Academy. Never seen another in my color.

Sandy
10-16-04, 01:06 PM
Academy Grey is a dark gray, sorta like a dark grey business suit. Fawn Gray is a SILVER (or lighter shade) but not a true silver, having some beige/tan in it. To look at Fawn Gray, you'd say it was a light color. To look at Academy Gray, you'd definately say it was a dark color. They are totally different from one & other.

HotRodSaint
10-16-04, 01:13 PM
Somebody mentioned they saw a triple white 93-96 Fleetwood Brougham, I've never seen one, I don't know if it came factory or what but I wonder how many were made.

If you see a triple white, look for blue interior trim pieces. I think these were blue velour cars that had the velour replaced by aftermarket leather at the dealer.

And blue piping or logo on the seats would be a dead give away that its aftermarket.

FASSTWOOD
10-17-04, 10:17 AM
These stats are great thanks Sandy... Do you know how many 95's had sunroofs.