Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This is an ultra low-mileage machine that has every amenity you can expect in true upper class transportation - including a refrigerated cooler, full entertainment center, power partition, and ice-cold A/C. It's good to be the boss.
Cadillac has always been a premium nameplate, but not all of them were created equal. You're looking at a custom-built stretch limousine crafted by Limousine Werks. Those who know the limo business understand these people were one of the premiere builders of RWD Cadillac limousines, all the way until around when Caddy gave up the Fleetwood. It's this long-lasting quality reputation is why the sheetmetal looks like the GM factory made it all. And with such a low mileage machine (a rarity on limos) this really loves to showcase its style. The black paint has a nice deep gloss that shows off the bodywork. This has a proper premium black vinyl roof running the full-length of the limo. And the full-length bright lower trim nicely contrasts the paint while also connecting the big chrome bumpers. It's true full-size artistry on wheels.
Since this has averaged less than 250 miles annually, there has been little time to wear it the soft gray leather interior. There is nice Cadillac-style luxury with power adjusting seats, fold-down center armrest, dual airbags, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and automatic climate control. Of course, that's just for the front seats, and we all know the true luxuries are in the rear. The custom stretch setup leaves plenty of room in the back for a reverse facing seat (there's room for six total, or you can fold-down the cup holder armrests for more individual comforts.) The custom cabinetry gives you well-integrated comforts like a TV, VCR, AM/FM stereo with CD changer, wine chiller, and wet bar with refrigerated cooler. They also have given you a custom overhead console with full control of the air conditioning, door locks, overhead lighting, and driver partition (there's even an intercom for when the divider is up.)
With a luxury car so well preserved inside and out, it's great to have what is believed to be the original motor still in the engine bay. and it looks like a 1995 time capsule. Below the factory plastic covers is the 5.7-liter LT1 V8 engine. Yes, this is the same type of fuel-injected powerplant that was available in the Corvette and Impala SS. But it also has been tuned for luxury in this Cadillac. That means plenty of power whenever you need it, and the kind of quiet operation that keeps in good standing within the gated neighborhoods. You have a 4L60E four-speed automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive, power steering, cruise control, power disc brakes w/ABS to keep the driver happy. And the ride remains that ideal Cadillac cloud for the VIP in the rear.
This one is going to make a scene wherever it goes - no matter if you love a unique classic or just want to earn extra money with the coolest retro limo around. So if you like the attention and craftsmanship of this professional car, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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