The Series 60 Special was the top end Cadillac in 1951 for families seeking the best that General Motors had to offer. Only the Series 75 Fleetwood, preferred for limousines and custom coach work had a higher price tag. With only 28,679 miles on the odometer, this fantastic Fleetwood has received full replacement of seat coverings in recent years. It has a soft tan fabric upholstery and is presented with an automatic transmission, power windows, AM radio, power steering and power brakes. The original exterior paint has been carefully preserved as much as possible. When it comes to grand American cars from the 1950s, there is little to not love about this Cadillac.