Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwood Seat Belt
The Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwood was introduced in the year 1961 and was produced until 1965. The Series 75 Fleetwood rode on a 149.8 wheelbase and had a couple of other changes done to it. It was updated to a much lower body, and with upper and lower fins. In that year 699 sedans and 926 limousines were sold, with prices exceeding $9,500. In 1962, the Fleetwood 75 looked a lot like the 1961 model, with upper and lower fins, but lacking the crisp line on the upper doors that were on the other models. Cadillac sold 696 sedans and 904 limousines, with the limousine costing just under $10,000. Cadillacs became simpler and much bigger in 1963, and the squarer lines suited the big 75s better. Altogether 680 sedans and 795 limousines were sold and prices stayed about the same as last year. Cadillac also redesigned a handful of 75s in-house to a Derham-style pattern, with padded top and no rear quarter window. Nothing changed really with the design from the year 1964 and 1963 except that it could be shipped across town to be painted. Many Cadillac Series 75 Fleetwoods went into funeral home service or to wealthy families and were maintained very well.
Many things were changed and redesigned for the years of production of the Series 75 Fleetwood. If you own one of these vehicles it is like owning a piece of history in your own driveway. Sadly airbags started being used in the 1970s. Airbags are one of your main safety components to keep you safe in case of a collision. If you do own a vehicle that provides airbags, always keep them maintained. Some people forget that if they have been in an accident, even a minor one they need to get their SRS airbag module reset. This is very important because when you have been in an accident the airbag might not work properly if you get into another one. If you are in need of module reset, Safety Restore can help. Safety Restore is a company that specializes not only in seat belt repairs but also in SRS airbag module resets.