: cheap local caddies & a phaeton!!!

06-29-07, 12:21 PM
man i can't believe how cheap these things are! they're practically giving them away! anyway they're worth taking a look at if anyone needs a summer project:

i think that's a bit much to ask for that car but hey... im not selling it.
and there's something benzilla can appreciate! a phaeton!
this is beautiful! if it was a coupe i'd be buying it right now

Jonas McFeely
06-29-07, 12:36 PM
Just got paid today. If i was in CA i would snatch up that grey '85 Coupe.

06-29-07, 12:38 PM
yeah my friend up the street has been wanting to buy a caddy for a long time but never had the money. im gonna make him get the coupe

06-29-07, 11:43 PM
WTF...Are Caddies hard to sell in SF? I feel like packing my bag right now. Wish I didn't have to be at work on Monday.

06-30-07, 04:03 PM
Thats how much i paid for my 84 Coupe Deville,$500. That Fleetwood Coupe looks nice as well.

07-01-07, 03:41 PM
yeah i dont get it... pretty much all the 80-89 fleetwoods around here sell for really cheap. the 90-92 ive noticed they bump up the price a little bit. probably because of the euro headlights and the lowrider scene... i was going to take a look at a 78 coupe deville for like 1200 bucks. from the ad it was so nice. it was dark blue with a white vinyl roof but by the time i called the lady back, it had sold. i still dont understand why people sell them for all cheap over here...

07-04-07, 08:16 AM
...gas prices force these beautiful cars into obsolescence! In the meantime, there are enough well-to-do people who'll say, "I'd better trade in the ol' Caddy for something more fuel efficient."

The result is a surplus of these cars that keeps the cost down, to our benefit. I too, cannot believe that 1988 through 1990 Broughams are selling for $1,000. And they are beautiful!

Sad, but true! :confused: