Lot 291 - 1995 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine ‘ex-Saudi Arabian Royal family’ *WITHDRAWN*
|Odometer reading||2,290 miles|
- Low mileage limousine example
- Supplied new to the Saudi Arabian Royal family
*DUE TO THE DELAY IN NECESSARY PAPERWORK THIS LOT IS WITHDRAWN FROM THIS AUCTION BUT WILL BE OFFERED AT OUR JULY 16TH WINDSOR AUCTION.
The Fleetwood was manufactured by the Cadillac division of General Motors between 1976 and 1996. The ‘Fleetwood’ name was previously used as a prefix on several of Cadillac's models dating back to 1935. Four-door Fleetwoods generally had longer wheelbases than Cadillac's more common Series 62 and DeVille models. In 1993, a new rear-wheel drive Fleetwood was introduced and was built through 1996. Before 1934, all Cadillac models could be ordered with bodies built by the General Motors Fleetwood coachbuilding operation in Fleetwood, Pennsylvania. Between 1935 and 1941, cars bearing the Fleetwood name were assembled there.
Delivered new to the Saudi Royal family’s residence in Ascot, Berkshire this incredibly low mileage example is presented in silver with opulent grey leather trim of which even the chauffeur enjoyed while the family could sit behind the privacy glass divider. The optional ‘jump seats’ which double as footrests also make this very practical, but ultimately luxury is the tone the moment you open the door. After sitting since 2007 in a garage the car has been recently recommissioned and achieved a UK MoT test certificate. The history file includes an original leather book pack and old MoT’s. A stunning Fleetwood Cadillac, a top of the line luxury car purchased and owned solely by one of the world’s most prominent royal families. We are awaiting paperwork for this Mercedes-Benz, we are assured this will arrive prior to the auction, however please view the website prior to bidding to confirm.
Guide Price £12,000 - £18,000
Previous lotLot 290 - 1980 Mitsubishi Sapporo
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