This 1965 Cadillac Fleetwood Series Sixty sedan is a perfect example of a true survivor that is in great condition for its age. Having an astoundingly-low 14,133 original miles, its clear this beauty has been well-kept, inside and out.
Under the hood rests a 429 cubic-inch V8 that powers this massive sedan down the road with ease. The three speed TH-400 automatic transmission shifts incredibly-smooth with gear changes that are nearly imperceptible, and the adjustable suspension makes for a smooth ride over the roughest of roads. This past spring, this Cadillac has been fitted with brand new tires and a new battery.
The immaculate green interior compliments the metallic-green exterior paint very nicely, with cloth seats featuring elegant stitched patterns on the backrests. All power windows work, including the power vent windows. The Wonderbar radio and power antenna operate perfectly and sound great as well. A 1965 Cadillac shop manual, laminated Cadillac print ad, original owners manual, and owner protection plan booklet will accompany the sale of this car.
For 1965, there was nothing more majestic than the eminent Fleetwood Series Sixty-Special. This was luxury on the grand Cadillac scale. This magnificent sedan was impressive in both size and luxury. Its distinctive side and rear styling set it apart from the DeVille and Calais series. The Fleetwood name denotes a special model back to 1938 and the days of Bill Mitchell, a very talented GM designer. The Sixty-Special was synonymous for Cadillac’s supreme exclusivity. The all-new 1965 Sixty-Special was no exception. This is your opportunity to own an ultra-low mile example; a true survivor.