1968 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Sedan for sale 100739980
1968 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Sedan
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1968 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Sedan


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Mesa, AZ 85215

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FIRM on the price.  Dropping it from $16,450 to $15k for quick sale.  Wife is putting the pressure for end of year sale.  See below for full description and at bottom for an UPDATE.

I am the 3rd owner of this garage kept 4 door luxury sedan. It has a 472 cubic V8 engine rated at 375 hp, a turbo hydramatic transmission - with only 62,546 original miles. I purchased this vehicle in 2005 with under 61K miles from a retired police officer. The glove box even has the Cadillac Salesman’s business card from the 2nd owner from the mid-70's. The upholstery has been professionally updated including seats, doors, headliner, & carpet. This consists of 3 complimentary colors that give the interior a classic look. This car has been garage kept since purchased (including previous owner), so the dash is perfect, no cracks or peeling - all original.
The Cadillac also includes a custom headliner for the 40" x 55" three fold sliding ragtop. The ragtop was installed by the manufacturer, Street Beat in Phoenix. The clock does not work & the rear passenger window does not roll down from the driver's seat, but works sitting in the back seat. All the wires have been checked & my guess is one of the window switch’s needs to be rebuilt. I’ve had all the necessary work performed to the engine & braking system. Some of the work performed includes: new spark plugs & wires, electronic igniter, distributor cap, electronic distributor coil, oil & filter, rebuilt carburetor, new battery, left & right rear wheel cylinders, left & right calipers, brake pads, left & right brake line hose, wheel seals, thermostat, PCV valve, brake fluid, vacuum hose, flushed radiator, & new valve cover gasket.

The AC system is complete & I was told the condenser needs to be rebuilt or converted to current R134A. The stereo system consists of matching Kenwood amplifiers & Polk Audio speakers. The entire system is controlled with an Eclipse CD Navigation head unit & secured with a Clifford alarm w/motion detector & hood pin switch. This sounds system & alarm was professionally installed, as evident with all receipts included w/sale of vehicle. Being a 40 year classic, there are some minor dents & scratches. The previous owner had put the two dents at the ends of the car-drivers side rear fin & passenger side front chrome bumper (see pictures).

Paint still shines as shown but its just not a $35,000 vehicle. With little investment in new paint, this can easily sell for profit. There is also BFGoodrich Silvertown's 235/70/15 which includes the classic 3" white walls. I've only driven 100 miles on these tires which included a 4 wheel alignment. In addition to the Silvertown whitewalls, I also purchased a new 225/70/15 all-season spare tire for the trunk. I have the receipts for all of the work & accessories installed on this vehicle that will be provided with the sale of vehicle. I will be happy to work with you & your shipping company if need be. Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs. Has been appraised by all my insurance carriers for $20,000.
***Update***After a recent oil change and inspection, they noticed a small transmission leak.  I took it to a tranny place here in Arizona and they found the leak and said it would cost $500 to fix or $900 for a rebuilt job with 1 year warranty.  I will wait for the buyer to decide if they want this fixed or not due to the warranty being here in Arizona.  This is the reason for the $1,450 price drop from the original asking price (transmission rebuild and time).  If I fix, then the price will increase the cost of the rebuild.

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
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  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • Condition
  • Mileage
    63,000 miles
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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