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I haven't posted any photos recently of my 1976 Fleetwood 75 Limo and I took some recently wtih my almost-new digital camera. So here are some. I've owned it since 1999. Black leather front seat and black crushed velour rear seat. It does have the rear radio controls which was an option. The odometer reads about 97,000 miles.


 

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Good point. It would be scary to see what a modern Cadillac limo would look like.
 

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Beautiful Fleetwood!

I should have bought my Father's '75 Fleetwood 75 Limo, it was mint:



He gave it away for $5,800 dollars.. it only had 80K original miles.

I remember driving it from where the original owner lived in Memphis, TN all the way back to Virginia Beach, VA... making 12 mpg out of the 500 cubic inch motor and all that weight!
 

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No, I should have bought your Father's '75 Fleetwood 75 Limo! What happened to it? Who bought it?

That does look nice; those big Seventy-Fives sure are unique.

I also once got 12.5 mpg on a moderate-distance freeway drive.
 

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I sold it for him on eBay about 2 years ago. It went to a collector in Vermont.
 

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NO, I should have bought it. i remember not only seeing it on ebay around new years in 2005 but also asking him who bought it...if you have more pics pleassee put them up. Ironically i ended up finding my very own triple black '75 fleetwood 75!!:D
 

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Good point. It would be scary to see what a modern Cadillac limo would look like.
I just bought this '96 a few months ago:


I know that Cadillac has made newer ones as well, but people don't care for the stretched FWD northstars.

BTW, mine pull 22MPG at 75+ MPH on the road. The LT1 is hardly working at this speed.

PS: that '76 75 is awesome.
 

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I just bought this '96 a few months ago:


I know that Cadillac has made newer ones as well, but people don't care for the stretched FWD northstars.

BTW, mine pull 22MPG at 75+ MPH on the road. The LT1 is hardly working at this speed.

PS: that '76 75 is awesome.
Actually, I kind of like that one.
When I said modern, I meant something like a limo made from one of those silly-looking CTSs or XLR or whatever they're called now.
 

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That '76 is awesome I just love how they seem so unapologetic yet stylish.
As for the present day ones, well the Secret Service have used stretched fleetwoods and devilles to carry presidents, we see them on TV and they still look allright but not as good as the 70's ones
 
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