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    Rear Wheel Drive
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In 1966 the "Standard of the World" was once again the leader in luxury, the leader in engineering prowess, and the epitome of elegance and splendor. The 1966 Fleetwood Sixty-Special Brougham was eloquence on the grand Cadillac scale. The fabulous Fleetwood Brougham was the most luxurious owner-driven Cadillac sedan ever created by General Motors.
It was truly the "Cadillac of Cadillac's." The Fleetwood series with all its grandeur was the most revered of Cadillac's offerings. The 1966 Fleetwood Sixty-Special Brougham and its preeminence in the luxury car class was duplicated but never replicated. The Fleetwood Sixty-Special and the Fleetwood Eldorado were the only two non-limousine Cadillac's bodied by Fleetwood coach crafters. The Fleetwood Brougham priced at $6,695 and the Fleetwood Sixty-Special at $6,378, were the classics that augmented Cadillac's luxury fleet. 
The Brougham differed from the Sixty-Special, as it came standard with a fully padded vinyl roof treatment, special "Brougham" nomenclature, carpeted rear seat foot rests and adjustable reading lamps, walnut trim, and lighted rear seat writing tables. This distinguished luxury sedan was powered by Cadillac's 429 CID 16-valve OHV V8. The engine produced 340 hp @ 4,600 rpm with 651 Nm of peak torque @ 3,000 rpm. Performance was rated at an impressive 0-60 mph in 8.7 seconds, 0-100 mph in 24.8 seconds with a top speed of 127 mph. It could do the 1/4 mile @ 87 mph in 16.4 seconds. The engine was mated to GM's Turbo Hydra-Matic THM 400 3-speed automatic transmission.
Presented here is one of the finest, lowest mile examples of this venerated and highly sought after collectibles in the world.  With an astonishingly low 23,731 miles, this may be one of the lowest mile, most original specimens left on earth.  This car was driven off the showroom of Miller-Stephan Cadillac in Boise, Idaho in the spring of 1966.  It was...


Luxury Features
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cruise Control
  • Luxury Seats
  • Wood Trim
Power Equipment
  • Power Driver's Seat
  • Power Locks
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows
Audio / Video
  • AM/FM
Condition Report
  • No Known Accidents
  • No Known Bodywork