The Sixty Special was created by giving a five-inch wheelbase extension and additional amenities to the d’Elegance model. The new Sixty Special had such exclusive features as rear passenger compartment footrests, rear overhead console, anti-lock brakes and a full vinyl top. The Sixty Special’s wider sail panels gave it a more formal look.
FLEETWOOD SEVENTY FIVE LIMOUSINE
Both the front and rear styling of the limousine and formal limousine was revised for 1987. A new grille, header molding and composite headlights with wraparound bezel and cornering lamps were used. Rear styling now featured elongated quarter extensions against which the tail lamps, bumper and bumper trim fascia fit flush. Also new was a grooved six-inch wide rocker molding made of a stainless steel/aluminum composite with a single-rib accent grove. For 1987, new hydro-elastic engine mounts were used to further isolate powertrain vibration.
Fleetwood Sixty Special
4-door Formal Limousine
90-degree, overhead valve, V-8, aluminum block and cast iron cylinder liners, cast iron cylinder heads