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Image: All new 1967 Cadillac styling - front viewCadillac set new production and sales records in 1967, building over 200,000 cars in a model year, and this was the sixth year in a row Cadillac set a new record. Annual production had doubled since 1950. 1967 would be the last year a Cadillac could be ordered in standard form with manually-operated windows.

Cadillac's all-new styling for 1967 was an evolution of the styling introduced for 1965, with stacked headlamps separated by the wide cross hatch grille, which housed the front turn signals at each end. The front of the car thrust forward at the top of the fenderline, and angled back near the bumper at the bottom, giving the appearance of leaning forward when viewed in profile. This didn't offer much protection for frontal impacts, but set the tone for styling through 1968.

A dramatic sweeping side sculpture line began at the top of the front fenders, and angled downward as it reached the rear bumper. The rear bumper capped the ends of the rear quarter panels, and contained large vertical taillamps in each end.

Slim new rooflines featured a more angular appearance than ever before, and inside, completely new interiors contributed to the fresh new look.

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