Full-lengthbright metal body underscores; Fleetwood wreath and crest emblems for the hood, trunk and roof pillar; the lack of horizontal lower body rub moldings and Fleetwood block letters on the lower front fenders and passenger side of the deck lid characterized the new Sixty-Specials. The Brougham featured a padded Cordova vinyl top with model identification scripts attached to the roof “C” pillar. Added to the list of DeVille equipment were Automatic Level Control suspension and power operated ventipanes. The Brougham also included lighted fold-down trays; adjustable reading lamps and carpeted fold-down footrests.
V-8 Overhead valves
Cast iron block
Bore and stroke
104.9mm x 101.6mm
340 hp @ 4600 rpm
255 kW @ 4600 rpm
Five main bearings
Hydraulic valve lifters
Rochester four-barrel type, model 7026030
Rear axle ratio
9.00 x 15
POWER TRAIN OPTIONS
A 3.21:1 rear axle gear ratio was standard on Series Seventy-Five and Eldorado; optional on other models
A controlled differential was $40.15 extra on all models except Eldorados
An air injection reactor was $34.13 extra on all Cadillacs and required on all cars built for California sale
Closed positive crankcase ventilators were $4 extra on all Cadillacs and required on all cars built for California sale
Automatic Climate Control on Sixty-Special models
Rear window defogger on models Sixty-Special
Soft Ray glass
Guide-Matic headlamp control
Leather upholstery on Sixty-Special
License frame, each
Power door locks
Power door locks for Fleetwood 75 models
AM/FM stereo on Sixty-Special
AM radio rear controls on Fleetwood 75 models
Six-way power front seat on models M-P-R
Rear center seat belt
Front shoulder straps
Tilt-telescope steering wheel
Remote control trunk lock
White sidewall tires, size 9.00 x 15 four-ply 8PR-5, except nine-passenger models
White sidewall tires, size 8.20 x 15, four-ply 8PR-5 on nine-passenger models
Dealer introduction date for 1967 Cadillacs and Eldorados was October 6, 1966.
The Eldorado featured concealed, horizontally mounted headlamps.
A new assembly line was setup at the Detroit factory to build Eldorados
A third successive year of record production and sales was marked by Cadillac Division in 1967.
Based on the Eldorado’s popularity, Cadillac sales for a single month passed the 20,000 unit level for the first time in the company’s history, setting an all-time high of 22,072 cars in October, 1966.
A year later, 23,408 cars conforming to 1968 specifications were built in October, 1967.
Calvin J. Werner was general manager of Cadillac; Fred T. Hopkins general sales manager; C.A. Rasmussen chief engineer and W. J. Knight public relations director.