1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Stretch Limousine

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For 1993, the Fleetwood name was switched from the DeVille’s front wheel drive C-body to the newly revised rear wheel drive D-body that the Cadillac Brougham had used previously. It was one of the first American front-wheel-drive vehicles to be returned to rear-wheel drive. At 225 inches overall, the Fleetwood was the longest production car made in the United States. In 1994, Cadillac used the Corvette-derived LT1 350 cu in the engine to make 260 horsepower. Between 1993 and 1996, the Fleetwood commercial chassis was used instead of the DeVille for most limousines produced during these years. 1996 was the last year for the big rear wheel drive Cadillac, ending an era.
For 1993, the Fleetwood name was switched from the DeVille’s front wheel drive C-body to the newly revised rear wheel drive D-body that the Cadillac Brougham had used previously. It was one of the first American front-wheel-drive vehicles to be returned to rear-wheel drive. At 225 inches overall, the Fleetwood was the longest production car made in the United States. In 1994, Cadillac used the Corvette-derived LT1 350 cu in the engine to make 260 horsepower. Between 1993 and 1996, the Fleetwood commercial chassis was used instead of the DeVille for most limousines produced during these years. 1996 was the last year for the big rear wheel drive Cadillac, ending an era.
Riding back to this year, you may have taken a ride in this beautiful stretch to see the Big Movies of the time, like Independence Day, Twister or Mission Impossible. You would witness the Tickle Me Elmo craze as it was introduced this year. You could have heard on the radio of this car about Tom Cruise sailing in his yacht off the island of Capri and seeing a sinking sailboat in flames. He immediately set sail toward the accident and pulled the five victims to safety. You could have road first class in this car to watch the Chicago Bulls win 4 games to 2 over the Seattle Supersonics, after a record-breaking 72-10 regular season.

What we love about this car:

Big massive Cadillac style inside and out. This was a private family stretch Limousine, complete with TV, VCR, early car phone, and digital bar. We have upgraded the car with RTT stretch amenities while maintaining the 90’s look and feel. With the elegant silver exterior and interior, this is riding in style.
  • Seating for six with unmatched comfort and class.
  • RTT stretch amenities tastefully upgraded.
  • Custom 20-inch wheels to let the lighting through for just enough bling.

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