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1976 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham

1976 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham in Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends, Documentary, 1998-2000 IMDB Ep. 1.4

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1976 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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G-MANN UK

2007-02-01 00:44

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From "Survivalists".

"And so I found myself in a large Cadillac, skimming over ice and snow at high speed. At the wheel, the Fuhrer of the Aryan Nations, Pastor Richard Butler."

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Firebird86 US

2007-02-01 01:42

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1974/76 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham?

zorglub CH

2007-02-01 07:40

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1976 Fleetwood Brougham, between '74 to '76, it's the only year with a standup hood ornament. Of course, it coulb be older with an "add on" part...

G-MANN UK

2007-02-01 12:48

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MrCadillac, care to take a look at this?

mrcadillac SX

2007-02-01 13:02

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The roof line excludes the 1974 Fleetwood Brougham; only the rear quarters of the 1975 and 1976 models met at the belt line in this fashion. "Zorglub" is correct in that 1976 is the only year of the two (1975-76) where the Brougham features a stand-up wreath and crest. On the other hand, the 1976 cars had color-coordinated wheel covers (this is a gray car, so it's hard to tell if the covers ar painted or chrome). So what choice do we have? A 1975 Fleetwood Brougham with a non-original, stand-up crest, or a 1976 Fleetwood Brougham with (possibly) the wrong wheel covers? I vote for the latter (85% sure).

philr CA

2007-02-01 19:03

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Mr Cadillac,

I don't see the difference between the 1974 and the 1975-76 Fleetwood rear quarters. Can you explain me? I think that the shape and location of the "Fleetwood" script has moved on the trunk lid between 1975 and 1976, Am I right? If that's correct, this one really looks like a 1976.

Here are pictures of a 1974 Fleetwood, can you point me the difference on the reat quarters? Also, I looked on your site and noticed that you mention the 1975 Cadillacs having front airbags. Note that this 1974 Fleetwood Talisman also has them (and have seen another 1974 Fleetwood Brougham with airbags in a junkyard).
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And I was wondering if automatic power door locks were available in 1975 or in 1976, I didn't find the information on your website.

mrcadillac SX

2007-02-13 05:25

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For "Philr": the '74-75-76 are hard to tell apart from the rear. So far as I could tell, comparing catalog images, the 75 had a chrome molding around the rear roof quarter (where it meets the belt line); the 74 (apparently) did not. However, on checking closer (comparing the press kit photos for these 3 years) it appears that all three have a vinyl-covered molding at the belt line ...and so my wonderful theory goes flying out the window. BTW, the '74 you show is a "Talisman" which has some different trim to the regular Fleetwood Brougham.

Unfortunately, my interest in Cadillac styling wanes after 1970, when they all start to look alike. It was so much easier up to 1970 when each year's new model had its own, distinct front and rear clip.

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