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Thread: My Work Horse-Other Cadillac

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    My Work Horse-Other Cadillac

    This my "work" horse-1992 Sedan DeVille-138,000 miles and going STRONG.

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    Hi Barry,

    Welcome to the forum. Thats a nice looking Caddy. My dad recently sold one very similar to yours and it rode like a dream. Hope to see you around here very often.

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    Sweet ride

    Kurt

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    Nice. What a great car to have as a daily!!!

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    Very nice, Barry.. I've always loved that particular style. In fact, it's one of the only mid 80's type Caddy's I ever wanted. I was never really happy about them getting so small. The Sedan DeVille was another story...

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    Yes, if they used that exact style, but longer and wider, they would have themselves a really good car. Not saying that your isnt good, but that one would be better.

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    That was during a time where gas prices were getting so high, many people were appreciating the smaller engine - but the mistake they made was a smaller body as well. Then again, if they hadn't - how weak would the cars have been?

    We're coming to another time just like this.. Gas prices are unreal...

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    Yes, I agree. I love my Q, but it gets about 11mpg, mostly city driving. It is not unreal for them to get 14, but im starting to suspect something is not what it should be, like o2 sensors or something.

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    Looks identical to my 93, except I added the "cc" grille, 16 in vogue chrome wheels, and vogue wide whitewall/yellow stripe tires. How are your front struts holding out? Does the 92 have SSS (speed sensitive suspension, speed sensitive steering)?

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    I dont think the devilles got the CVRSS or SSS until 94. The eldos and sevilles got it (i think) when the northstar came out, since it is part of the northstar system.

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    My 93 Deville (4.9) has the SSS, and of course my front struts are in need of replacement, the SSS dummy light is on, and the front of the car bounces. The dealer quoted me $1000. each, or I can get the passive struts for about $500. for the set. So they must have started offering them in 93. The car used to ride sooo nice.


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