10-14-04, 03:42 PM
The previous years and the 93-96 are great too, but I'm interested in the 80's-early 90's body. To save space I tried to combine years that are pretty similar. I'm just wondering...
Oops: I just realized I screwed up, the 86 Brougham was the first year of the 307, not the 87 Brougham. 85 and 86 shouldn't be combined.
10-14-04, 04:11 PM
The 80-81 got my vote because they still have the original Caddy block. They're all nice though. With the right color and wheels they're one of the nicest looking cars on the road IMO.
they all kinda look alike to me so i just picked the 92 but i like all of them. not as much as my 93 though.
ALTHOUGH I LOVE ALL CADILLACS(TRUTH). EVEN THE CIMMARON.
I AM ALMOST POSITIVE THE '92 WAS THE FIRST YEAR FOR THE ANTI-LOCK BRAKES AS STANDARD. I KNOW THE '90 DID NOT HAVE THEM BECAUSE I ONCE LOOKED AT A '90(DAMN SORRY I DID'NT BUY THAT ONE TOO). :drinke
THE '80 WAS NICE TOO, WITH THE 368CI. OR WELL, CAN'T HAVE THEM ALL. :annoyed:
10-14-04, 06:23 PM
I prefer the looks of the 90-92, but the Fleetwood Coupe is a looker too.
ABS was available on the 1990 (I got one). There isn't much difference between 91 and 92, but 92 was the first year for the more durable base-coat/clear-coat paint job.
My vote is for the 92.
10-14-04, 11:10 PM
I picked 1991 :banana:
I think 1990 was the 1st year for ABS brakes.
10-14-04, 11:40 PM
80/81 because 368's are better than 4.1s and 307s.
10-15-04, 12:12 AM
cadi big block
10-16-04, 11:38 PM
I choose the '89 on this one. A simple reason is the 90-92 had the full headlight in front vs. the split headlight. Nothing major, just a personal preferance.
10-17-04, 01:55 AM
Gotta go '85...can't vote against my own ride ;)
However, if I had the choice, I'd definately go 80 or 81...has the great classic styling, but with real Caddy power.
10-17-04, 01:11 PM
I voted 1992, simply becuase I think that last generation of the big boxy body was really, really nice... plus, with the optional 350, it could be built up for some power :)
After that, it would be 1981... becuase I would really like a V8-6-4...