1970 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 Series Limousine

After a major redesign in 1966, Cadillac made minor annual changes through 1970. The most noticeable amongst them were a facelift accompanied by a new grille with 13 vertical blades set against a delicately cross-hatched rectangular opening. Along with the facelift came a more pronounced headlamp strategy by bordering the metal surroundings with body color to give a more refined look.

Riding back to this year, you might have been getting chauffeured to the first celebration of “Earth Day”. On the radio you would hear amidst the hit single by The Beatles, The Long and Winding Road, that Paul McCartney was quitting the band.

After a major redesign in 1966, Cadillac made minor annual changes through 1970. The most noticeable amongst them were a facelift accompanied by a new grille with 13 vertical blades set against a delicately cross-hatched rectangular opening. Along with the facelift came a more pronounced headlamp strategy by bordering the metal surroundings with body color to give a more refined look.

To ease the pain of The Beatles breaking up you might have turned to the eccentric new group, The Jackson Five. One of America’s biggest triumphs was finished as the North Tower of the World Trade Center is completed, topping out at 1,368 feet making it the tallest building in the world. The temperature of America was still hot as the ongoing conflicts of the Cold War, Space Race, and Vietnam War continued into the 70s.

What we love about this car:

This was our first Fleetwood 75 purchase! From the very minute we bought it, people were looking and paying compliments. This beautiful car always gets a thumbs up where ever it goes. The rear seat is like sitting on a comfortable couch with all the leg room anyone could need.

  • This luxurious Fleetwood rides on custom wheels and performance tires.
  • We modeled our Logo after this car’s commanding stance.
  • With upgraded air conditioning, and all the RTT amenities, luxury awaits.
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