1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham. This is not only a Brougham edition, but its also fuel-injected. This car is Claret Red with a bright red leather interior that is flawless.
Vehicle is owned by a country music personality who shall remain nameless. Car is located in TN and does not currently run. Her personal mechanic made a diagnosis of the fuel injection unit needing attention, but moved away before he could conclude the repairs. I suspect this is nothing more than routine maintenance for this early fuel injection----Repairs for which should be $1000.00+/- Vehicle is beautiful in all respects. Owner says it's never been altered. He *thinks* that at some point the left quarter was repaired/painted, but they did a beautiful job and paint match etc. Bumper fillers are not split/broken as most of them are. All glass is good. All items works as they should mechanically. No unusual leaks, odors etc. Dash not split. Steering wheel not cracked.
EXTERIOR: Body is straight, free of any damage, with good panel alignment. No signs of any rust under vinyl top anywhere (beautiful!). All doors open with ease and close solidly.
All lamps work. Vinyl top is excellent. The "Fuel Injection" emblem on decklid fell off while cleaning and senior owner tried to reapply with adhesive. Amateur repair effort, but just needs some detailing to remove excess adhesive. Bumpers are straight, bright, and undamaged. This has a dealer-accessory continental kit on the back that has started to rust on inside at bottom. These are available reasonably online or can be seamlessly removed.
Grille is a custom dealer-ordered accessory. Paint has a very high gloss, is incredible and looks to be a mile deep for original survivor quality. Undercarriage shows typical surface rust scale. Looks as if it may have been rust proofed? Unconfirmed.
INTERIOR: Beautiful Bright Red. Dash is not split. Everything works. Steering wheel not cracked. Headliner perfect and intact. Odometer reflects 36,000 miles.