Bodied by Fleetwood on the long 140 inch wheelbase, powered by Cadillac's 368 cubic inch 45 degree V-12 engine, accessorized with dual windshields, enclosed side-mounted spares with mirrors, radiator stone guard, Pilot-Ray driving lights and radiator stone guard, this a one of the finest examples of the Classic era. Its lightweight, sporting, open coachwork is as fine an example as exists of Fleetwood's mastery of design. Restored some years ago for Dr. Barbara Mae Atwood, it was a 1975 AACA and CCCA National First Prize winner with recent repaint and attention to details that has returned its orange coachwork and brown fenders and beltline accent, tan leather upholstery and interior trim and chocolate brown cloth top to show quality condition. The attention to its details includes meticulously restored gauges and instrument panel and a new set of side curtains. On the show field or cruising at highway speed on tours this is an exemplary example of one of America's finest classic cars.