The Cadillac of Cadillacs for 1991, my Brougham D'Elegance. This is an all original car, factory paint, factory top, factory interior, factory wheels, it looks stock, which is far better than some ghetto ass 24" rims and jacked up.
Options include everything you could get for 1991:
5.7 liter "350" Chevrolet v8. Has throttle body fuel injection, same motor as you get in a Chevy truck. This was the optional motor, more power than the standard 5.0 or 305 v8. Note that all 5.7 liter models had the trailer tow package, which included a stiffer suspension. This car rides firmer than most big Cadillacs, and it does not "float" or "wallow" in turns.
D'Elegance Option, which netted you those tufted button seats
Astroroof, less than 1000 cars were equipped with a sunroof for that year
Wire wheels. Not wire hubcaps, these are the real deal, they bolt on with conventional lug nuts, and are factory correct.
Has all the usual Cadillac options like Twilight Sentinel, cruise, power seats, power recline on both front seats, gold keys, power trunk pull down, digital automatic climate control, etc, etc ,etc
It does have an aftermarket JVC CD player in it, along with an amp and aftermarket speakers. Stereo sounds good, the factory CD/tape player was broke when I bought it.
It currently has 131k miles on it. It runs flawlessly, shifts flawlessly, I'd drive this car to California and back. Steering is tight, well as tight as it left the factory. Cold A/C, hot heat, climate control works great. Its been a daily driver for the past 2.5 years, I've racked up 30,000 miles on it in that time and haven't had a single problem.
Also gets good gas mileage for what it is, I average 17 mpg, did 24mpg at 75 mph on a road trip.
New stuff/repairs in the past 3 years I've owned it:
New tires when I first bought it, they probably have another 10-15k on them.
New CD player and speakers
New Cadillac crests, trunk lock, hood ornament, d-pillar emblems. Couldn't find ones for the wire wheels, but they weren't as faded as the other ones. Really enhances the car's apperance.
New brakes, to the tune of $400. Did that last month.
Now for the bad/stuff that doesn't work:
Power antenna is stuck halfway up
Driver's side door lock will only lock with the key on the outside of the door. I'm bad about locking my keys in the car, so its impossible with this car. Thus I never fixed it.
Parking brake is supposed to be automatic and release when you put it in drive. The automatic part doesn't work, but you can still release it with a button under the dash, so the parking brake works like it should, its just no longer automatic.
Sunroof does not open. I think its the motor that's bad. It doesn't leak though.
Rust bubble under the vinyl top on the passeger side d-pillar. Top looks great otherwise, so I've never bothered to tear the top off and fix it.
Ding on the driver's side rear fender. Right at the body seam.
Two or three other door dings, can be fixed by a paintless dent guy.
Anyways, this car is what I'd call a good 2 footer. It looks flawless until you're right up on it. It looks better than 99% of other 1991 model year cars, so take it for what it is. Its 100% original, not a 100 point show car.
Feel free to call me at 615-305-3438. Call me late at night, I don't care, but please do not call between 3am and 9am. I am asking $4400, but will entertain resonable offers. NO LOWBALLERS!!!!!