If you’re looking for a pristine American full-size sedan, look no further. This 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham is in absolutely fantastic condition, and it’s the very last old-school, body-on-frame luxury vehicle made by General Motors — and that makes it pretty special.
This Fleetwood is finished in black with a black interior, and it really is in amazing shape. That’s a surprise, as this is a 23-year-old car and most people didn’t think to preserve these. They also weren’t particularly popular back when they were new, as they were very much a dying breed and the end of an era — so finding one is kind of a challenge.
This particular one is so pristine largely because it’s barely been driven: it’s traveled just 18,400 miles from new, which is obviously exceptional in over two decades. The Carfax report shows that this Fleetwood was sold new in Upland, California, east of Los Angeles, and that the current owner had it until at least the fall of 2014.
According to the seller, "I have bought and sold countless 1994-1996 Fleetwoods over the last 13 years and this is without a doubt the nicest I have ever come across." Based on photos of the interior and exterior, I have no doubt that’s accurate, as this one really looks like a time capsule. If you’re interested, it’s offered by a private seller in New Hampshire for $28,800. That’s big money, of course, but it’s unlikely you’ll ever find another Fleetwood this nice. Find a Cadillac Fleetwood for sale
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