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The greatest limousines ever made

Autocar Logo By Autocar of Autocar | Slide 2 of 19: The 75 has a history of being Cadillac’s flagship going right back to 1936. Its extra length was devoted to rear seat passengers and it could accommodate up to eight thanks to fold-up occasional rear seats and three abreast on the front bench. All of this came in a standard package right off the line and it reached its zenith for the 1959 model year with fins and chrome to match the 75's size. Later renamed Seventy-Five, time was called on the model in 1987 when the Fleetwood came to an end, though the writing had been on the wall ever since the mammoth 7.0-litre (425cu in) V8s had given way to mere 4.1-litre (249cu in) motors. Since then, Cadillac has not built a limousine as part of its over-the-counter range, but you can still pick up a Seventy-Five from £6500 ($10,750) for a clean-lined, handsome 1960s version in usable condition. Alternatively, get yourself elected as President of the United States - whichever is easier. Note: 1938 model pictured

Cadillac 75 (1936)

The 75 has a history of being Cadillac’s flagship going right back to 1936. Its extra length was devoted to rear seat passengers and it could accommodate up to eight thanks to fold-up occasional rear seats and three abreast on the front bench. All of this came in a standard package right off the line and it reached its zenith for the 1959 model year with fins and chrome to match the 75's size.

Later renamed Seventy-Five, time was called on the model in 1987 when the Fleetwood came to an end, though the writing had been on the wall ever since the mammoth 7.0-litre (425cu in) V8s had given way to mere 4.1-litre (249cu in) motors. Since then, Cadillac has not built a limousine as part of its over-the-counter range, but you can still pick up a Seventy-Five from £6500 ($10,750) for a clean-lined, handsome 1960s version in usable condition. Alternatively, get yourself elected as President of the United States - whichever is easier. Note: 1938 model pictured

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