Bob Newhart's 1973 Cadillac Station Wagon - Celebrity Vehicle

1973 Cadillac Bob Newhart

Make: Cadillac
Model: Bob Newhart
Type: Station Wagon
Year: 1973
Mileage: 9737
VIN: 6B69R30210864
Color: Burgundy
Engine: 472/500 cubic inch v-8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Burgundy
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: San Ysidro, California, United States
Extras
Power Locks, Power Windows
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Description for Cadillac Bob Newhart 1973

VEHICLE DESCRIPTION
  • [RELISTED] DECEASED/LOST TITLE: The owner is deceased and the title is lost (can't be found); the DMV has instructed the use of the forms shown in the listing's pictures (being sold by the surviving spouse).
  • CELEBRITY VEHICLE! This 1973 Cadillac Station Wagon was owned by Bob Newhart! It hasn't been driven much, estimating a mileage of 9,737! Elvis and Dean Martin each had one, as did comedian Bob Newhart, who was in the prime of his career and staring in his namesake TV show. They weren't from the factory, but were custom made in minuscule numbers by boutique car builder ASC. That makes them rare finds today. Elvis' 1972 Deville-based wagonwas sold at auction in 2011 for $62,500, while Martin's has been missing for years.
  • ONLY ONE IN THE WORLD! Only 6 were ever manufactured! Bob Newhart's 1973 Cadillac Station Wagon is unique from the rest.
  • PROOF: As shown in the photos, the vehicle comes with the correspondent documents proving Bob Newhart's previous ownership! Bob Newhart's oldest son verified the authenticity of the car (see the Barn Finds photo/post)!
  • AS SEEN ON FOX NEWS, BARN FINDS & STATION WAGON FORUMS! It's a hot topic on all 3 websites! Don't miss out on this one in a life time opportunity! Fox News Article: foxnews.com/auto/bob-newharts-cadillac-station-wagon-is-no-joke-and-up-for-auction
  • WAS (VEHICLE HAS BEEN RELISTED ON EBAY) THE MOST WATCHED/POPULAR LISTING ON EBAY IN CARS & TRUCKS! http://www.watchcount.com/?cc=US&uqsrc=catl&uqkw=&uqcat=6001#serp
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