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1941 Cadillac Fleetwood 75

1941 Cadillac Fleetwood 75 in The Locket, Movie, 1946 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1941 Cadillac Fleetwood 75

Position 00:01:22 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2008-10-24 12:19

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-- Last edit: 2013-10-03 18:32:39 (antp)

pilou BE

2008-10-24 13:32

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1941 Cadillac Fleetwood series 75 Touring Sedan or Limousine.The front of the chrome rectangle on the sides of the hood appears straight as in 1941,it was pointing forward in 1942.There are no rectangular optics visible under the headlights as on 1942 models.The front bumper shape is round as on 1941 cars.The pictures are slightly distorted giving a longer appearance than in reality ( wheelbase was 136 inch)

mrcadillac SX

2008-10-24 15:22

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[Sorry, I put this post initially in the wrong place] Agreed as to year and basic Series (Fleetwood "75"), but this could be one of six body styles that all look the same when viewed from the outside: (1) #7519, 5-pass. sedan, with no auxiliary seating, (2)#7519F, 5-pass. imperial sedan with chauffeur division but no auxiliary seating, (3) #7523, 7-pass. sedan, with auxiliary seating for 2, (4) #7523L, 9-pass. business sedan, with auxiliary seating for 3, (5) #7533, 7-pass. imperial sedan with division and auxiliary seating for 2, (6) #7533L, 9-pass. business imperial sedan, with division and auxiliary seating for 3. Differences were in the seating arrangements, type of chauffeur division and quality of finish, trim and interior detailing. The livery cars (those with the "L" suffix), that could accommodate 9 passengers (including the driver) were built for commercial hire or other business passenger transport. Their finish was not as luxurious, for example, as the regular models with plush seating for five or seven passenhers, again including the driver. Two formal cars were also available in the series (#7533F and #7559); unlike the movie car, these had fully enclosed rear quarters, for greater passenger privacy.

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