Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham 1966
The new 1966 Fleetwood Brougham contained a number of features unique only to the line that were above and beyond…Read on
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The new 1966 Fleetwood Brougham contained a number of features unique only to the line that were above and beyond other Wreath and Crest cars. Powered by the 429 CI V-8 engine with a 3-speed automatic transmission, this Brougham rides on steel wheels with full-diameter hubcaps wrapped with three-stripe whitewall tires.
Fleetwood Broughams of this caliber simply don’t surface often; instead, they are usually happened upon by extreme luck. The stacked-headlight body style was introduced in 1965 and carried on through 1968, representing one of the most restrained designs in Cadillac history. A remarkable car that looks the part outside of the finest country clubs, hotels, restaurants and homes in the world, the Fleetwood Brougham was an elegant classic from the start, reserved for the most affluent of customers.