table of contents1965 Cadillac Fleetwood SeriesIntroduction De Ville Series1964 Fleetwood Series 1966 Fleetwood Series




Wherever highways lead, the name Fleetwood is a hallmark of motoring elegance. And in 1965 the cars of the Fleetwood Series are far easier to recognize-and far more rewarding to own than ever before.
The Fleetwood Sixty Special and the Fleetwood Brougham option are given added distinction and roominess because of a new exclusive 133-inch wheelbase-3.5 inches longer than cars of other series. Their over-all length of 227.5 inches gives these entirely new cars a stature all their own. From the exciting Eldorado Convertible to the stately Seventy-Five Sedan and Limousine, all cars in this series are uniquely impressive in their styling and elegance.
The magnificent Cadillac Fleetwood interiors-exemplified by the Fleetwood Sixty Special rear compartiment on the right-are trimmed in the finest fabrics or leathers combined with hand-finished imported Tamo wood trim.
The beautiful brocade trim and the embroidery in the fabric seat-back inserts are exclusive Fleetwood luxuries.
All 1965 Cadillacs feature chair height, deep-cushioned, contoured seating for added passenger comfort. Rear compartment space in the Sixty Special Sedan and Brougham has been increased. Front compartments are also newly spacious and luxurious. The floor tunnel has been dramatically reduced in size. Ease of entry and exit have been greatly improved.
The Sixty Special front compartment, shown in the illustration above, is typical of Fleetwood's new elegance for 1965.
The distinctive quality of Fleetwood interior appointments is made readily apparent by the door panels (left) with door pulls mounted over richly grained Tamo wood framed in chrome. The Wreath and Crest, identifying mark of the Fleetwood, is shown here mounted on the wood insert.
Power window controls on the armrest, and the power scat adjuster located at the left side of the front seat, are standard equipment on all Fleetwood models, except the Seventy-Five. Closed models provide folding center armrests front and rear. The Eldorado Convertible offers a full width bench-type front scat or, optional at no extra cost, contoured bucket scats divided by a handsome padded con- sole with a lighted compart- ment that can be löcked. At the rear of the console, there is an outlet to direct heat to the rear compartiment. The gracious interiors of the Seventy-Five are described in a separate brochure which is availabie through your Cadillac dealer.
New three-speed windshield washer-wipers, standard on all models, are operated by a pushbutton control (left) that is now illuminated for added nighttime convenience. The wipers themselves are relocated for improved coverage and added visibility.
Other driver conveniences include an inside remote control for the outside mirror and a three-position tinted glass rear view mirror.
The roof design of the new Brougham is a styling feature exclusive to this Cadillac option. The entire roof is padded and covered in a textured vinyl fabric set off by a twin beaded molding with color matching the top cover. The rear quarter panel of the roof is distinctively ornamented by the famed Fleetwood Wreath and Crest and the Brougham script (right). This is typical of the many distinctive touches of this Fleetwood model.
The newly designed and larger glove box (left) is now centrally located within easy reach of both driver and passenger. Twin ash receivers and lighter are concealed behind the wood-covered panel above this compartiment.
This Fleetwood luxury and beauty is interpreted in the widest variety of fabrics, leathers and colors offered in any series. Five exterior finishes created expressly for the Eldorado may also be ordered in other models.
The Sixty Special, the Brougham, the Eldorado Convertible, the Seventy-Five Sedan and Limousine-each has been created for those who can be satisfied with nothing but the finest.



This is the Fleetwood Eldorado Convertible wilh perforated leather seat cushions and seat-back inserts. A choice of bucket or bench type seats is offered at no extra charge. Shown here in red is one of the Eldorado's eight interior combinations. Interiors of the Fleetwood Sixty Special and Brougham are available in five combinations of embroidered Danforth cloth, five choices of leather and Devon cloth, and at extra cost, seven leather combinations. Shown here is Devon cloth and matchting leather. The Fleetwood Sixty Special and Brougham interiors are the most luxurious Cadillac has ever offered. Danforth cloth, shown here, comes in five colors with embroidered inserts. Perforated leather upholstery is optional at extra cost in seven combinations. The Brougham vinyl padded roof comes in white, black, blue and sandalwood.

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