The Cadillac Brougham is a line of luxury cars manufactured by the Cadillac division of General Motors. Interestingly, Cadillac was very fond for the name Brougham to indicate a luxurious Limousine and it made sporadic appearances over a fifty year period. These big rear-drive automobiles were described as ‘Old-School Detroiters’ that seemed an anachronism in the early 1990s. However, Brougham made more money per sale than any other Cadillac model and so production of the simple sedans and the stretch limousines continued. They were also the longest body of any car produced in America at the time, and Cadillac was proud to advertise this!
Today’s handsome specimen is finished in Midnight Blue with a lavish blue leather interior, this example appears to be in sound original condition, and, impressively, the magnificent interior still contains charming original fittings including champagne glasses! An imposing fun car for town, or an ideal addition to a classic limousine chauffeur business, this example could most definitely represent and provide very inexpensive and eye catching motoring.