Our 1989 Cadillac Zimmer is a sight to see. In the late seventies and early eighties a class of factory built fiberglass cars began to emerge. These became known as “Neo-classics” and several different versions and companies shared in this new innovative design.
This example originated in Quebec where one of the owners of a well known manufacturing company bought and transformed this car with one of the last remaining fiberglass upgrades that Zimmer produced. It was then put into service as a Limo for weddings and special occasions. With very limited use throughout its life it has remained in the pristine condition it is in now.
When you first look at our Zimmer it is a sensory overload. Its mass is offset by its streamline cuts and distinguished looking front end. When you get inside, the burgundy velour interior transports you back to the 80’s as everything is still original and in great shape. This Zimmer probably isn’t the best daily driver or grocery-getter but it definitely isn’t a vehicle that you’ll soon forget.