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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, Rear seat cupholder annoyance in coupe in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by aaron4235 Its irrelevant, the back seat is identical. Its the 3.6l Seriously. Pour the urine out of ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron4235
    Its irrelevant, the back seat is identical. Its the 3.6l
    Seriously. Pour the urine out of your cereal bowl there, homey. My question wasn't one to gauge your definition of "relevance". It was completely separate...but thanks for your clarification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trapspeed View Post

    Seriously. Pour the urine out of your cereal bowl there, homey. My question wasn't one to gauge your definition of "relevance". It was completely separate...but thanks for your clarification.
    I'm not sure if the caddy will help his hormones settle or just increase the attitude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillaplease
    I'm not sure if the caddy will help his hormones settle or just increase the attitude.
    I'm going with "B", brother. Seen it too many times before.

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    I really just want to pull this seat out. I dont really want to discuss anything else. I dont want to sound like a dick but this threads taking a turn

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    Don't pull the seat out. It's a Cadillac, not some crappy little ricer you want to slap stickers all over and put a fart can muffler on.
    Find another way/place to do your thing and keep your coupe beautiful.
    And don't sweat the sarcasm.

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    All part of the camaraderie! Yeah, don't pull the seat, you'll regret it one day.

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    Well as far as the back seat goes, im not ever going to use it because no adult can fit back there and its too tight to have sex on it so i see no purpose. I was going to build a cool speaker box to cover the space

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron4235 View Post
    Well as far as the back seat goes, im not ever going to use it because no adult can fit back there ...
    I think a lot of people on here will argue that point with you. As for the sex, I don't think the speaker box will make any easier. There's also the option of, I don't know... not having sex in your car? You're driving a Cadillac, not a Camaro.
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    Its pretty much camaro. I just got the caddy because i like the looks better. Its still considered an american muscle car. Im only 5'8 and my head touches the ceiling in the back seat. I dont really see the purpose of it unless you are putting kids back there

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron4235 View Post
    Its pretty much camaro.
    No, it's much better. Camaro's and Mustangs are ubiquitous and mostly unremarkable.
    Your Cadillac is a stunning and uncommon vehicle that draws attention wherever it goes.
    The fact that you chose a Cadillac over a Camaro or Mustang (both of which also have very small back seat room) says something positive for you and your coupe.
    It's your car, do what you want with it. Just keep the back seat in case you want to put it back later.

    Oh, and don't put those rediculously large wheels on it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron4235
    I dont really see the purpose of it
    Keeps your insurance cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Va72mlibu View Post
    Keeps your insurance cheaper.
    He's 18 driving a Cadillac... He's already getting from the insurance company what he's trying to give to his lady!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pillaplease
    He's 18 driving a Cadillac... He's already getting from the insurance company what he's trying to give to his lady!
    Haha right on 1600 a year.

    Dont worry guys im not going to turn it into some ricey piece of shit.

    Its actually my tuner car. Im planning on getting it over 400whp. So far all i did was tints and i put a couple led light bars inside. Exterior is getting 19" black racing wheels and it will likely sit a bit lower

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    I dont really see why the insurance would be affected by whether or not my back seat is there. Its not like im going to report to them that im pulling it out

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    I didn't mean you in particular. Everything else being equal, a 2+2 is cheaper to insure than a two seater. Insurance companies are weird like that.

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