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1984 Cadillac Fleetwood Formal Limo on 2040-cars

US $8,500.00
Year:1984 Mileage:4386 Color: Black /
 Black
Location:

Mt. View, California, United States

Mt. View, California, United States

This is a factory-built 1984 Cadillac Fleetwood Formal Limousine, one of the last made in the Cadillac factory. It is a Formal limo with sliding glass division and is not common as the normal Fleetwood limo that has no division. The last of the RWD of its time with a smart V8-6-4. Black leather front compartment; black velvet rear compartment, seats up to 8. This formal model lived the good life as privately owned occasional transportation for the family. It drives like velvet and is even more fun to ride in the back! It was the car to be seen in back in the day nods to Elvis, '80s music vids, and Miami Vice. Original owner, original owner's manual, and 3 sets of keys.

Mechanically, it was last fired up in 2000, running excellent locally and on the freeway with no issues. It is a reliable car. Later when it was no longer garaged some critters got inside. It did not start after the battery replacement. It may need new wires. Needs new tires. Sold as is, buyer must tow. Cosmetically, the interior is remarkedly well preserved. The exterior: minor crack to the tail light; minor paint fading on the trunk of the car. In short, a beauty.

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