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Definition funny of Fleetwood:
a large luxury sedan based on the wide body chasis model. Produced by Cadiallac for many year reaching its peak of beauty and execellent in 1994-1996. Power by a 5.7 the fleetwood general goes through gas at an exponential rate
Damn N!GG@, chall she that there fleetwood. N@#%! be pimpin old skool, betachee get all the bitches!
n. the very essence of coolness, the apex of awesomeness, the dank of the dank
Guy 1: Let's go get trashed and grab us some bitches. Guy 2: Fleetwood.
Mainly residential part of surrey located between newton and guildford, mainly from 152 to 160th in Surrey, Britsih Columbia, lots of weed dealers and lots of good dank.
Yo lets cruise down to fleetwood in surrey and score us some nuts white rhino.
The Cadillac Fleetwood was a rear-wheel-drive long-body hardtop sedan produced by Cadillac from 1947 to 1996. Its basic drive train layout remained the same up until 1987 when the Fleetwood marker was applied to a front-weel-drive Deville, with the original rear-wheel-drive car rebranded as a Cadillac "Brougham." The marker would return to the rear-wheel-drive car in 1993 after the first significant revision of the Fleetwood since 1977. The Fleetwood engine remained the same as the Cadillac Deville up until 1987. The rebranded Fleetwood kept the same motor as the Deville and the Brougham received an Oldsmobile 307, replaced by a Chevy 305(LO3) in 1991, with an option for a Chevy 350 (LO5) until it became the standard engine for 1993. The Fleetwood has been fitted with a wide variety of V8 engines throughout its production run. Horsepower made significant improvements up until it peaked in 1970 with the 470 Cadillac big-block putting out 375 HP and 525 ft lb of torque. Improvements to engine output stopped following the gas crisis, with engine displacement and output dwindling to an anemic 4.1L with 125 HP by 1981. This was a new low for GM, as the engine in the original 1947 model was rated at 150 HP. Significant power output would not return to the Fleetwood until 1994, when a detuned workhorse version of the LT1 Corvette motor standard equipment. Displacement was 350 cubic inches with output of 260hp and 335 ft lb of torque. This gave the Cadillac Fleetwood an advantage of 50 hp and 55 ft lb of torque over its closest competitor, the Lincoln Town Car. Sadly, the Cadillac Fleetwood was discontinued after the 1996 model year. GM determined that it would be more profitable to retool the Fleetwood’s production plant in Arling Texas for an upscale luxury SUV that was later dubbed the Cadillac Escalade. Along with the Fleetwood, production was stopped on two other highly successful cars, the Buick Roadmaster and the RWD Chevy Impala SS / Caprice. Long body car enthusiasts and police officers nationwide immediately became upset, as the closest alternatives to these vehicles were the Ford long-bodies that generated 20% less engine output. The Fleetwood did make a brief reappearance in 1998-99 as the "Fleetwood Limited." However, this was simply a FWD Cadillac Deville sent through a factory coachbuilder for a six inch wheelbase stretch.
Songs about Fleetwood:
Landslide Originally Performed By Fleetwood Mac by Sunfly Karaoke from the Album Karaoke Hits May 2012, Vol. 2
I Want My Fleetwood Back by Tony Joe White from the Album One Hot July
Gold Dust Woman (feat. Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood) [Live] by Bob Welch from the Album Live from the Roxy (Live)
Over My Head (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Fleetwood Mac) by Pro Choice Karaoke from the Album Sing the Hits of Fleetwood Mac (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Fleetwood Mac)
Say You Love Me (In the Style of Fleetwood Mac) [Performance Track with Demonstration Vocals] - Single by Done Again from the Album Say You Love Me (In the Style of Fleetwood Mac) [Performance Track with Demonstration Vocals] - Single
Sara (Karaoke Version) (Originally Performed By Fleetwood Mac) by Karaoke Diamonds from the Album Karaoke Diamonds : The Best Songs of Fleetwood Mac (Karaoke Version)
Landslide (Originally Performed By Fleetwood Mac) [Karaoke Version] by Hit Tunes Karaoke from the Album Karaoke Superhits, Vol. 57
Books about Fleetwood:
Fleetwood Pennsylvania: "Day of Reckoning" by James Micheil (May 24, 2014)
Fleetwood: My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac by Mick Fleetwood, Stephen Davis and Nicola Mazzella (Jan 1, 1990)
Fleetwood Mac - Anthology (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook) by Hal Leonard Corporation (Oct 1, 2004)
Fleetwood Mac: The Definitive History by Mike Evans (Oct 4, 2011)
Fleetwood Mac - Guitar Play-Along Vol. 157 by Fleetwood Mac (Nov 28, 2012)
Fleetwood Mac -- Guitar Anthology Series: Authentic Guitar TAB by Fleetwood Mac (Jun 1, 1998)
Past is Present (Jurassic Jim Fleetwood series Book 2) by Thomas Davidson (Jul 24, 2013)
Movies about Fleetwood:
Fleetwood Mac: Unbroken Chain 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 49 mins Starring: Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks, et al. Directed by: Hector De Leon
Fleetwood Mac: The Dance 2010 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 46 mins Directed by: Bruce Gowers
The Story of Fleetwood Mac 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 50 mins Starring: Mick Fleetwood, John Mc Vie, et al. Directed by: Cyriel Van Den Hemel
Fleetwood Mac - The Dance 1997 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie, et al. Directed by: Bruce Gowers
Fleetwood Mac - Live in Boston 2004 -
Classic Albums - Fleetwood Mac - Rumours 2005 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 15 mins Starring: Fleetwood Mac
Fleetwood Mac - Destiny Rules 2004 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 19 mins Starring: Fleetwood Mac Directed by: Kyle Einhorn
Wiki information Fleetwood:
Fleetwood Town Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Fleetwood, Lancashire. The club participates in League One, the third tier of English football. Established in 1997, the current Fleetwood Town F.C. is the...
Fleetwood is a town within the Wyre district of Lancashire, England, lying at the northwest corner of the Fylde. It had a population of 25,939 people at the 2011 census. The town was the first planned community of the Victorian era. For most of the...