1989 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD BROUGHAM #1G6DW51Y1KR726873. (Stock #3485.) Born in 1915, a local member of “The Greatest Generation” fought in the European theater as a Paratrooper jumping in to fight behind enemy lines. Distinguishing himself there, he came back to the U.S. and became a bodyguard for Dwight D. Eisenhower. In 1989, the final year of the classically-designed Fleetwood Brougham was built by Cadillac, and, in 1991, a very slightly-used (by the wife of the owner of the Cadillac dealership) example was offered for sale by that dealer and purchased by the war hero. Over the next 22 years, the car continued its very easy life, having never seen snow and only rarely, rain. Today that car is available for sale in near-new, completely original condition-- including its “Gold Seal” tires. Its interior shows virtually no wear, the body is rust-free, ding-free and magnificent and the trunk looks as if it has never been used—which, in fact, to the owner’s memory, it never has. The classic color scheme of “triple black”--body, interior and padded roof--was the color of choice and all original manuals accompany the car as well as the extra set of gold keys. Virtually every option and luxury feature which can be imagined is fitted to this true luxury cruiser. 35, 961 miles.