1955 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 Limousine Elvis auction


Fans (net worth) of Elvis, this news is for you. A 1955 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 limousine that belonged to it will be auctioned as part of Bonham's Classic California on November 12. This car was purchased in January 1956 and was repainted in black, the original color was blue. Elvis and his group used them when they traveled in the southern United States. The car belonged to Elvis Presley Museum in the 90 and the Elvis-A-Rama in Las Vegas. The current owner is a collector Texas. This model of Cad is powered by a 5.4 liter V8 that develops 250 horsepower, 270 horsepower with two quad carburetors body. Series 75 to eight seats, like the King, was produced in 1075 copies for the year 1955. This limousine is estimated between 100 and 150,000 dollars, it comes with the pre-order signed by the father Vernon Elvis Presley.

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