1976 SEVENTY-FIVE 9 PASS Used Automatic

Price: US $12,900.00 Item location: Clearwater, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Cadillac
  • Model: Fleetwood
  • Trim: SEVENTY-FIVE 9 PASS
  • Year: 1976
  • Mileage: 44,477
  • VIN: 6F23S6Q173902
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: V8 Other
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1976 Cadillac Fleetwood SEVENTY-FIVE 9 PASS

1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Series Seventy-Five nine passenger sedan for sale ( title states actual miles, showing 44,481 miles). 500 cubic inch V8 engine, electronic ignition, automatic transmission, 151.5" wheel base, A/C, power steering, hydro boost disc brake system, 15" steel wheels with hub caps, radial tires, Innsbruck blue metallic exterior, luxurious cloth interior will make you feel like your driving your living room, power windows, power locks, wood grain interior trim. This is one of the rarest Cadillacs you will find, only 981 nine passenger sedans built in 76' and they are the last of the large Fleetwood bodied Cadillacs built and know as the "Standard of the World"!!! Automotive History: A Cadillac Fleetwood was the embodiment of sophisticated luxury and elegance. The Fleetwood Series Seventy-Five nine passenger sedan and formal limousine escalated luxury and elegance to eloquence and splendor. The Fleetwood Series Seventy-Fives were the only vehicles in America specifically designed and built as limousines. These were the last full-size Cadillac Fleetwood Series Seventy-Five sedans to roll off the assembly line. They possessed that poised dignity that was the hallmark of every Cadillac. In spaciousness and stature, these regal sedans were the Flagships of the brand and were immediately identified in any gathering of fine automobiles. No other luxury sedan garnered the respect and admiration as the distinguished Series Seventy-Five. The 1976 Cadillacs were built as body on frame construction. They were built on Cadillac's rugged fully boxed perimeter frame. The front suspension used the traditional upper and lower control arms, integral steering knuckle, arm and caliper support, integral hubs and rotors on spindles, and tapered roller bearings. The front was fitted with a rod and link type stabilizer bar and spherical ball joints with wear indicators. The rear suspension used a set-up to accommodate height control for the Automatic Level Control system, hydraulic shock absorbers and helical coil springs. It had a hypoid rear axle with ring gear. The propeller shaft used constant velocity joints with an additional center constant velocity joint for the Series Seventy-Five and its capacious demeanor. The 1976 Fleetwood Series seventy-Five was powered by Cadillac's 8.2 litre V8 engine which was the largest V8 engine to power a production passenger car in the world. Cadillac offered a host of standard and optional equipment to further enhance this highly bespoke series. No other luxury sedan garnered the respect and admiration as this most regal of sedans. The 1976 Fleetwood Series Seventy-Five nine passenger sedan and formal limousine were the "Standard of the World" in eloquence and splendor.....they maintained that poised dignity that was the hallmark of every Cadillac......hence, in loving memory, the 1976 Fleetwood-bodied Cadillacs were the finale and the standing ovation in the continuing saga of..... "As the Standard of the World Turns."