There was no greater display of wealth 50 years ago than arriving at an event in a Cadillac Series 75 Imperial Sedan - the limousine model of the Fleetwood line-up.
With an overall length of over 20 feet, room for nine passengers, and all of the design extras, the 1959 Cadillac limousine may be the most celebrated automobile of its era. Included in the design extras were extravagant tailfins - a feature that was introduced by Cadillac in 1948 - quad-headlights, twin bullet taillights, and double egg-crate grille.
Inside this 1959 Cadillac limousine, many convenience features can be found including divider glass window, power windows, leather seats, rear clock, rear radio controls, and rear air conditioning. It is powered by a 390 cubic-inch V-8 engine that develops 345 horsepower. With a base price tag of $9,748, the 1959 Cadillac Imperial sedan/limousine was limited to wealthy. Production numbers totaled a mere 690.