Modernized Cadillac Fleetwood 5.7L Vortec V8 Automatic A/C Custom Leather ///
Clean and solid steel that took shape as Cadillac’s epic Series 75 back in 1937, this alluring Fleetwood benefitted from a professional, frame-off restoration that included close to 3,000 hours of labor. And that detailed build, which began with a full strip of the car’s epicurean metal, eventually culminated in rich BMW Atlantic Blue two-stage. Take a look under this Limo’s winged hood and you’ll find 5.7 liters of fuel-injected Vortec power. That smooth-revving mill spins an equally smooth GM 4L80E 4-speed automatic. A factory frame pairs a modified 1995 Dodge front-clip with a modern #Buick Roadmaster rear-clip. Turns come courtesy of power rack-and-pinion steering. Power-assisted discs and drums provides quick, drama-free stops. And torque meets the pavement through 16-inch Wheel Vintiques wires, which spin Toyo Open Country whitewalls. Open this sedan’s doors and you’ll find $27K worth of custom enhancements that were carefully planned and professionally installed. The driver and passengers rest on $2,500 of plush leather that’s stretched across a modified Mercury front bench and an original Cadillac rear bench. Those thrones, separated by power-operated privacy glass, face a handsome Walnut Burl dash, which caps Vintage Air climate control with classy VDO telemetry. That air conditioning, like the car’s high-fidelity audio, features separate modes and controls for the car’s rear passengers. Speaking of modern audio, multiple speakers and a big subwoofer get 12-volt bumps thanks to MP3-compatible Pioneer head units. Tasteful side panels hang billet handles in front of a full suite of power windows and power door locks. And the driver spins an ornate steering wheel around a tilting #GM column. Many collector cars claim to be the total package, but this exceptional #Caddy actually backs that talk up!