Well, here is the manual that explains it all.
Below are highlights from the September 1967 issue of Car & Driver:
- Competition include Mercedes 600, Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, Jaguar Mark X, Cadillac Fleetwood.
- Though it is touted as the fastest sedan in the world, the writer believes a well tuned American sedan with a 428 engine is faster.
- Costs $15,000.
- Sitting in front seats for more than an hour will require chiropractic treatment.
- Speedometer optimistic, by 12%.
- American-made A/C is noisy and hard to adjust.
- Power windows don't disappear completely into the doors and they whine like power winches.
- Test vehicle had 6,000 miles and was already missing several trim screws. Driver's power window was broken.
I still want one. Bad.