The long wheelbase Series 75 were immense automobiles with rounded corner side window treatments and “coach windows” let into the rear roof pillars. The Series 75 had a thin horizontal bodyside moulding; front wing nameplates; full-length body underscores with rear extensions and Fleetwood-style wreath badge ornamentation. Standard equipment included carpeted foot rests; fixed ratio power steering; rear seat window defogger; automatic climate control and right outside rear-view mirrors operated by remote control. Bumper impact strips were also standard. 1972 was the last production year for Cadillacs to bear the Fleetwood designation.
This 1972 example is finished in a wonderful shade of Brewster Green with well maintained original black leather seats in the driver’s compartment, and very luxuriously trimmed beige upholstery in the rear. This is a very appealing example of an exciting and iconic 1970s American classic with a Fisher body and lavish Fleetwood interior.