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1966 Cadillac

1966 Cadillac

Cadillac enjoyed its first 200,000-car year for calendar '66, breaking the barrier by precisely 5001 units. A mild facelift brought a new front bumper and grille, plus more integrated taillight housings. The 75 switched to the new perimeter frame and was fully restyled for the first time since 1959. Variable-ratio power steering was a new option, as were carbon-cloth seat heating pads. The Fleetwood Brougham became a separate model, still more luxuriously trimmed than the plain-roof Sixty Special and priced about $320 higher.



1966 Cadillac Notes

Calais28,680 (decreased 5,531)
Sedan de Ville72,410 (increased 11,875)
Coupe de Ville50,580 (increased 7,235)
de Ville convertible19,200 (increased 0)
Eldorado2,250 (increased 125)
Series 6019,085 (increased 985)
Series 754,480 (increased 561)

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