1952 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Imperial Limo
330.8ci 5.4L V-8
4 Speed Automatic Transmission
Power Steering ( Rebuilt within 2 years)
Drum Brakes Front and Back
Custom Car Cover
Some Spare Parts
We are happy to bring you this great Cadillac from 1952. It would be great if these old cars could talk. Who knows what famous people may have ridden in the back of this limousine. Below is a picture from the 1958 Bob Hope film Paris Holiday. You can see there was a 52 Fleetwood limo used in this film. This car is one of only approximately 1400 produced in 1952. This Series 75 Limo is in very good condition. It is obvious that is has never had a full restoration, but the paint was redone at some point and the interior was redone recently. The upholstery is excellent and was obviously done by an expert upholsterer.
The original VIN tag is still in place on the door pillar. The power windows are all working. The owner just had a new pump and reservoir installed so there are no issues with them. The radio is currently not working. There is a new power antenna in the trunk, which may be the only problem with it. The original clock is not working. The rear area has foot rests for the passengers and 2 fold out jump seats for extra passengers. The current owner did find several replacement pieces for the car. The front and rear Cadillac gold Vs are new, as well as the chrome wrap a round pieces just below the headlights. There are still some pieces that could use replacing. The 330.8 ci V-8 runs well. The owner had the car looked at by a local shop and they did a bit of work on the engine but not a complete rebuild.
Below you can see the brand new pump and reservoir for the power windows. This was just replaced within the last 2 month. There has been a new fuel tank installed. So there are no issues with debris in the tank.
1952 was the 50th year of the Cadillac. The first ones being built in 1902. You will notice that the V under the front and rear Cadillac emblems were gold only on the 52s. One very unique feature to the 52, is the gas fill being under the tail light. You just push the small reflector in to pop it open. The rear bumper does have some scratches. Included, is this very nice custom car cover. This is your opportunity to own a great classic piece of history. It is available to view at Garrett Classics.