I can not because the JPEG has too small a resolution. When I copy it to my desktop, rotate it, and then try and blow it up to were I can see it; I can not read it due to pixelation.
I can comment on the notes section that lists the RPO codes for all of your cars options. I can also state that it is a very heavily optioned car with a Electric clock, Lighting group (includes an Ignition switch light, courtesy floor lights, cigarette lighter with a light, and there is a light in the glove box), Bright trim and Roof moldings, Front Fender lamp, Rear quarter sail panel lamp, Speed warning indicator, Rear window defroster, Rear seat speaker, Power radio antenna, Tinted glass, Deluxe steering wheel, Power steering, Power Brakes, everything you could check off has been just about selected. It probably has more options such as A/C but I can not read the fine print.
Somebody in Pulaski, WA state back when your car was made on 11-21 wanted a Chevrolet engine powered Caddy apparently, and didn't mind paying for it. (it probably would have cost him less to have bought a Fleetwood Cadillac and then installed a Chevy V-8 under the hood; rather than dress up a Chevy to have all of the luxury items found standard on a Caddy).
PS: the only difference between a Pontiac, or an Olds, a Buick, or a Caddy back before 1972 was the standard level of trim offered with that marquee, and the motor that resided under under the hood.
GM killed off the Olds marquee which was the first car GM ever made, along with Pontiac "known by corporate decree as the high performance division", and it's newest division the Saturn (introduced to try out union free assembly lines that relied upon robotics to raise quality in the car to compete with the Jap manufacturers) because with everything having a Chevy LS-x under the hood the different brands were superfluous. The only reason Buick still survives today is because 60% of all GM cars sold are Buicks; they just are not sold in this country. The Chinese love a Buick car which they associate with rich western decadence; not the Cadillac brand which hadn't been imported into China in nearly the same numbers as the cheaper Buick was.
Last edited by Big Dave; 07-02-2012 at 02:57 PM.