1958 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 60 SPECIAL
There was no more eloquent statement of having arrived in 1958 than pulling up to the country club or bank in a Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special. Redesigned in 1958 with a strikingly handsome profile accentuated by the lower Stainless Ribbed Panel that began behind the rear doors and terminating at the "Exhaust ports"; all this below the towering rocket fins, complemented the overall striking and bold styling of this Cadillac. Standard equipment included just about everything that would fit on the car from Cadillac's long list of luxury features and conveniences including power vent windows and a 6-way power front seat. Only 12,900 were built, less than half of the production of the Sedan De-Ville and a tenth of the already low 121,778 Cadillac's produced in 1958. This example has always lived in the South and was stored in a museum for the last 23 years. I purchased the car for my collection in 2006 and upon receiving the car had it thoroughly serviced and detailed, including the restoration of the original air-ride system. Most of the interior appears to be all original with beautiful two tone silver material and silver flecked cloth upholstery, the original molded headliner even the carpets appear original and are well preserved. In addition to the long list of standard features on the Fleetwood Sixty-Special it has factory air conditioning, and correct original working air ride leaving little or nothing for any collector to desire in the way of equipment or condition. An elegant but also practical addition to any collection, it is adaptable to long trips, local parades, weekend trips of out of town, or a quick trip to the bank or the country club where it will be unlikely to find anything even close to similar in the parking lot.
Radio with antenna and rear speaker
Posture seat adjuster
Six-Way seat adjuster
Power window regulators
Automatic headlamp beam control
White sidewall 8.20 x 15 four-ply tires
Four-door door guards
Remote control trunk lock
License plate frame
. The owner told me the car is mostly original. The following is what he did to the car:
· New tires
· New battery
· New trunk kit
Once I received the car, I restored the vinyl dashboard, & had the original air ride professionally restored. I've looked around the car and it does appear to be a mainly original, with some professionally restored components.
This is the 3rd '58 I've owned and probably the 100th I've seen and this is hands down one of the nicest '58's out there. According to the owner of the museum he is the second owner so this car went from one owner to a museum to my collection and is now for the
first time available for public purchase and viewing since the museums closing in the mid 1990's. Car runs and drives as nicely as it looks.
Route 66 Classic Cars
Back in the days when cars had style, and even with so many makes and
models, all changing every year, they made a profit. And, not only that . .
but one could sit on the porch and name the cars as they drove by. Unlike
today, when they all look the same . This is when a car was a car, so sit
back as we go back and get your Kicks On Route 66 Classic Cars
1958 CADILLAC SIXTY SPECIAL FLEETWOOD -- CALLED MOTORDOM'S MASTERPIECE
This year the Caddy sheetmetal got only minor reshaping with spiked fins
but yet called the most flamboyant Cadillac's yet with chrome extravaganza.
The Series 60 Cadillac came in only this model shown, a hardtop sedan.
Other Cadillac models were the Series 62, at the low end, and then above
the Series 60 was the Series 70, the Eldorado Brougham, and the Series 75
the limo and commercial chassis for hearse and ambulance bases. This
Series 60 Special cost $6,232 and 12,900 units were manufactured. The
engine available is a V8, 365 cid with between 310 - 365 bhp. I admire
this beauty because of it's luxury feel from the dagmar bumpers with it's
rubber tips, and the " luxurious " black and gold fleck upholstery with
white leather. How 'bout that hardtop look with the expanse of grooved
stainless steel along the rear quarter panel with matching fender skirts ?
Tons of chrome lathered on this Cadillac with glossy black paint make this
a very fifties luxury car and a great example of what the GM Division
called a Motordom's Masterpiece. Thanks very much for viewing this 1958
Cadillac Fleetwood hardtop.
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Beautiful Ground up restored 1958 Impala
350 4 bbl
Beautiful Black paint
Side stainless was removed and filled with led
New tires and rims
Very sharp and runs and drives as good as it looks no pulling
Goes down the road straight
Great little cruiser to enjoy the summer cruise nights
Tons of new parts
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1959 Cadillac ambulance Miller Meteor hightop
Voici un vidéo d une /here a vidéo of a
ambulance Cadillac 1959 Miller Meteor hightop
que je vien de vendre a un colectioneur qui veux la restauré /I just
sold to a car colector that he wante to restored
Very beautiful Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Sedan of 1957! V8 Sound, Warm up
Hier ein wunderschöner fast fertiggestellter Cadillac Fleetwood von 1957
in der Chauffeursvariante. Hinten im Fond, mit Klimanlage im Dach für den
Chauffeur und Radio sowie Uhr um ihn herum. Die weit zu öffnenden Türen
kennzeichnen diesse besondere Bauform der Karosserie. Auch der schöne
Schwung der Formgebung sowie die üppige Ausstattung an Chrom lassen das
Fahrzeug in einem ganz besonderen Licht darstehen.
Viel Freude beim Schauen wünscht euch euer Andrees-Kfz-Team aus
Amateur Trying to Land Airbus A320 from 2500 Altitude
http://www.balticaa.com Sometimes aviation looks simple from the side of
amateur. Though, imagine the situation that you would be the only person
who is responsible for landing the Airbus A320 aircraft with 180 one the
board. Would you be able to control it? Baltic Aviation Academy (Lithuania)
decided to do the experiment -- take a person who has no clue what do in
the cockpit and after 5 minutes of introduction to leave with help of an
air traffic controller only. What results it is going to bring?