1968 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 Series Limousine

As usual Fleetwood exterior trim and interior appointments enriched the Series 75 in 1966.The first major redesign since 1961 featured a full perimeter frame. The new look brought the appearance of the big sedan and limousine up-to-date so that it matched the visual impression of other Cadillac lines. New at Cadillac for 1967 was a redesigned side panel contour that created a longer look and more sculptured appearance. A squarer cornered radiator grille insert had a cross-hatch pattern that appeared both above the bumper and through a lowered center section of it. Standard equipment now included automatic level control; air conditioning; carpeted fold-down foot rests and 8.20 x 15 four ply 8PR black wall tires.
As usual Fleetwood exterior trim and interior appointments enriched the Series 75 in 1966.The first major redesign since 1961 featured a full perimeter frame. The new look brought the appearance of the big sedan and limousine up-to-date so that it matched the visual impression of other Cadillac lines. New at Cadillac for 1967 was a redesigned side panel contour that created a longer look and more sculptured appearance. A squarer cornered radiator grille insert had a cross-hatch pattern that appeared both above the bumper and through a lowered center section of it. Standard equipment now included automatic level control; air conditioning; carpeted fold-down foot rests and 8.20 x 15 four ply 8PR black wall tires.
Riding back to this year, you would witness a year of triumphs and tragedies. America reached new heights by introducing the first Boeing 747 and orbiting the moon. The United States lost a Navy intelligence ship to North Korea, and two proponents of peace, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy. North Vietnam launches the Tet Offensive against the United States and South Vietnam. On November 22, “Star Trek” airs American television’s first interracial kiss, Captain Kirk and Lt. Uhura. Apollo 8 is the first manned spacecraft to orbit the moon.

What we love about this car:

This car is a museum peace in its original form. It is majestic, and a powerful example of American style and power. To ride in this car is to experience the prestige and class of the day.
  • This highly original limousine seats six in the back.
  • All of its original luxury options work as they did in 1968.
  • The car is equipped with all the RTT extras.
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