1984 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 Series Limousine

The 1984 Cadillac Fleetwood model was the rollout of the trimmed down full-sized cars General Motors began producing in response to United States Federal CAFE standard legislation. Cadillac also reduced the engines in their Fleetwoods to 368 cubic inches from the massive 472-500 cubic inch originally used up until 1976. 1984 was the last cast iron engine for Cadillac and the last ‘big-block’. It was also the last year for the rear wheel drive Fleetwood 75.

Riding back to this year, you more than likely heard Michael Jackson on every radio station as he won a record eight Grammy Awards and solidified himself as “The King of Pop” and one of the most successful musical artists ever.

The 1984 Cadillac Fleetwood model was the rollout of the trimmed down full-sized cars General Motors began producing in response to United States Federal CAFE standard legislation. Cadillac also reduced the engines in their Fleetwoods to 368 cubic inches from the massive 472-500 cubic inch originally used up until 1976. 1984 was the last cast iron engine for Cadillac and the last ‘big-block’. It was also the last year for the rear wheel drive Fleetwood 75.

If you were on your way to the movies you were most likely going to see Ghostbusters, Beverly Hills Cops, or Indian Jones and the Temple of Doom.

What we love about this car:

This car was built for, and owned by the Toronto Maple Leaf’s Owner. He used this car when there was a dinner, or party to attend with his personal driver, because we are told he did not approve of drinking and driving. This car screams elegance as only a Cadillac of this era can. It is one of the most beautiful interiors that we have come across, with that hand built touch of the Fleetwood guys!
  • Factory divider glass change from up and down to side to side.
  • All black and wood grain interior, with seating for five.
  • All the RTT amenities help improve an already elegant car.
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