Truly without compare in dignity, distinction and dimensions,
the Fleetwood Seventy-Five nine-passenger Sedan and Limousine are the most aristocratic of all Cadillacs.
And they are completely new for 1971.
The superiority of these magnificent motor cars begins with their unique design:
They are the only limousines built in the land that are specifically designed as limousines.
The extraordinarily long wheelbase gives them more than a regal bearing;
it also provides unusual roominess and an incredibly smooth ride.
Inside there's a sumptuousness, a concern for comfort and privacy that defies emulation.
The limousine has a glass partition which encloses the chauffeur's compartment,
to give added privacy to rear-seat passengers.
There are separate Automatic Climate Control Systems for driver and rear compartment passengers.
Automatic Level Control keeps the Seventy-Five level even with a full load.
And for the first time Cadillac's AM/FM signal-seeking stereo radio is available in the Seventy-Five.
So convincingly do the Seventy-Fives show Cadillac leadership in the limousine field,
they're held in unmatched esteem wherever they appear in the social and business worlds.
Fleetwood Seventy-Five Limousine in Empire Maroon Firemist with Black padded vinyl roof.