No one got the 1970 Camaro six, but d524zoom-zoom’s guess of “1973 Camaro RS” was mighty close. I doubt there’s any way to know which year on those, so we’ll give him the win. Recognize this room with a view?
If she was a president, she’d be Abe-BROUGHAM Lincoln.
Cadillac Series 60?
Definitely from the Ford parts bin. Reminds me of my brother’s old LTD II.
That looks like the actual Cadillac Fleetwood 70 or 75 Series Limousine, from 1977-84 or 71-76
(slight possibility it could the C-body based Series 75 from 1985-87 but those are extremely rare but in this area of the rear door/rear opera window were quite similar from inside.)
It’s been so long since I’ve been in one to remember!
I agree that this is a limo because there is a seatbelt on the left side of the opera window.
that’s not a seatbelt it’s the hand grab rail for getting off the backseat to exit the limo.
I’m with nuts…except that its definitely not a 77+. Look at that little upswept curve at the rear of the door window, that went away in the 77 redesign.
It is definitely a 71-76 Fleet Series 75 formal limo. The big ass one.
I believe they were all exactly the same from ths view throughout the entire model run, so impossible to narrow it down to an exact model year. A little seat material would be helpful to at least get it to between 71-73 or 74-76…Medici velour anyone?
yep, I agree with you agreeing with me and I too now think it is the 1971-76 large Caddy Limo…
Looks circa 1972 Caddy Limo to me.
I was considering Gran Fury or Monaco Brougham coupe but decided to post Cadillac Style, semi-specifically a Fleetwood limo circa ’74-’76 (?)
Its a 1975, Seventy-five model75
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