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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, stealth blue wagon in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; my stealth blue V wagon made it to the dealership. I saw it today and took a couple of horrible ...
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    stealth blue wagon

    my stealth blue V wagon made it to the dealership. I saw it today and took a couple of horrible iphone pics. My favorite part is the enormous silver front brake calipers. i hope to get better pics outside when I actually get it tomorrow.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    I like it
    Have them swap you for some bright rims a trip to a window tint place and you should be all set.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    Looking good! Can't wait to see more pics.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    Looks good!

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    Looks great!

    Tim

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    nice!

    IMHO, the red calipers would have been choice with that car. Should be a very unique, good looking ride.

    Post more photos when you get it out in the sun!

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    See? I think the stockers go well with the color. Maybe the only ones IMO that do.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    It looks awesome! You made me a little sad knowing what mine could have looked like, but I'm very happy for you!

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    So much better looking than the official photos.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    My first post on the forum, and this Wagon made me break my silence! Wonderful combo, one that I've been longing to see. PLEASE post more pics, interior and all! Very happy for you with your special V.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    here are some real pics at home, but it's a rainy day.
    the blue color is similar to the sonic blue corvettes. it looks nice. i really do think the silver calipers are just the right color for this combo - blue with black and silver accents. red or yellow might clash.
    anyway, after driving a total of about 10 miles in the rain, it seems like a really super car. hard to keep it below 4000rpm. the owner's manual says for all engines, not just the V, to stay below 4000 rpm for 1500 miles. i wonder how much of that is really necessary?

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    Great pics! Awesome color, it should really stand out.

    I also feel sad for VMoose now.

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    Love it all...do you have the blue seats?

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    Re: stealth blue wagon

    The blue interior was not an option on the wagon. Gm told me not enough volume to cover the cost of setting up. The wagon has unique rear seat and door panels so can't just use sedan or coupe parts.
    I wanted the blue interior just to add some color but I am not so sure the solid blue seats were the best designing decision. In my opinion they should have just used blue seat inserts, like with the saffron in coupe. But just my opinion

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    I must say I like it better in that light than before. As for the engine break-in, there are (no surprise) two schools of thought. Some say baby it, some say rip it up. If for nothing more than helping avoid rear diff issues later I'd make sure that you give it at least 500 miles. My thoughts...

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