View Full Version : My new to me 93 fleetwood

07-25-09, 11:20 PM

under 100k miles int looks really good dash has peeled on the drivers edge trunk motor needs replacing also the antenna motor has the sexy fabric carriage roof she need s good cleaning paints in excelent shape and ive looked it iver a few times aside from some body panel adjustment i cant find a ding on her.........better pics coming soon

QUESTION:How hard is it to do a full tuneup on this thing is there anything i should know going in like taking a wheelwell off to get in or whatnot?

1993 cadillac fleetwood brougham edition

07-25-09, 11:26 PM
Good color combo. I do like that roof.

07-26-09, 12:25 AM
Looks like a beauty....not sure if I like those wheel covers or not, but that is personal preference.

07-26-09, 12:33 AM
Wheel cover came with it i have a set of impala ss rims im sending to get sandblasted then im going to have them powder coated

07-26-09, 01:15 AM
That will make it look much much better..... Hope to see some more pictures of interiors and other....

07-26-09, 01:54 AM
Go in through the wheel wells to do the plugs, dont even have to take the wheels off, just turn them out the way. I love white cars, kinda looks like the car is wearing a white tux.

07-26-09, 07:26 AM
i was waiting for someone to say white.....funny thing is its a very light grey ive never seen one with this color or maybe i have and thought to was white...either way she looks lovely and will get some much needed cleaning as she sat under a tree for a few months and is very dirty

07-26-09, 09:35 AM
maybe it will be white after the cleaning.lol

07-26-09, 10:21 AM
they are a very easy tune up, not like the lt1, everything is reachable
plus you have the standard style dist cap
on some of the carriage roof cars Ive seen, the fiberglass shell causes the roof to rust out under the shell,top of the windshield :bonkers:

looks like a nice ride, I like the pimp roof!

I have a 93 Im parting if you need anything

07-26-09, 04:58 PM
Super Fancy! Let us know what color it ends up being... :) You're lucky to find a nice one like that for a good deal! Have fun! Everyone is here to help. Dave

07-27-09, 02:56 PM
I didn't even think to go in through the wheel wells when I did my plugs - but it was a whole lot easier once I got on my back - some of the plugs are way easier from under the car than from the top.

07-27-09, 09:14 PM
picutre update.....also if anyone knows the color please let me know

07-28-09, 03:44 AM
Gorgeous car, at least it will be when you get the SS wheels on! Then the swaybars, then the springs, then the control arms, then the 4.56s, then the T-56, then the blower, then...

07-28-09, 05:47 AM
I think I am jealous. Ya 'Lac is beautiful maine.

07-28-09, 11:14 AM
I think I am jealous. Ya 'Lac is beautiful maine.

show me your fleetwood ...and thx

07-29-09, 12:17 AM
arnauts should i run the stock impala tiresize?

07-29-09, 05:43 PM
Stock Impala SS size, 255/50/17, is almost an inch shorter than the stock Fleetwood tire size. So I decided to go 245/55/17:


08-02-09, 03:01 AM
Stock Impala SS size, 255/50/17, is almost an inch shorter than the stock Fleetwood tire size. So I decided to go 245/55/17:

Haha, it's a whole lot easier if you just go 255/55/17! This size has almost exactaly the same OD as the factory tires, (28.0") and the speedo will not need to be reflashed. Without a LSD, these cars will just make mincemeat out of the back right tire anyhow, so wider is better.
Here's Bill Sadler's car. (SS-Stealth)