Category:Fleetwood Metal Body

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Fleetwood Metal Body (en); Fleetwood Metal Body Company (fr); Fleetwood Metal Body Co. (de) company (en)

The Fleetwood Metal Body Company was founded in 1909 as a coachbuilder. In 1920, Fleetwood did 80 % of its work for Packard, 10 % for Pierce-Arrow, 5 % for Cadillac and 5 % for others. The company was bought by GM in 1925, became a Fisher body division in 1930, and was located in Fleetwood, PA until 1931. This category is for coachwork made by Fleetwood before the GM-Fisher era and the move to Detroit, 1909-1931.

Fleetwood coachwork was identified on chassis of the following automobile marques:

ALCO, American Fiat, Benz, Biddle, Chadwick, Crane-Simplex, Daniels, DaVinci, Doble, Duesenberg, Ford, Fox, FRP, Hispano-Suiza, Isotta Fraschini, Julian, Lafayette, Lancia, Lincoln, Locomobile, Minerva, Mercedes-Benz, Meteor, Owen Magnetic, Packard, Pierce-Arrow, Porter, Renault, Richelieu, Rolls-Royce, SGV, Simplex.

For Cadillacs with Fleetwood coachwork, see Category:Fleetwood coachwork

For the Cadillac Fleetwood, see Category:Cadillac Fleetwood


This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.



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