: Some Cadillacs i saw in a show last month... really nice & a very rare custom one...
07-20-11, 06:24 PM
i am friends with the car club who threw this picnic FIXED the pics
this 2 door 96 fleetwood was made here in miami florida by if im not mistaken bowtie south & opa locka customs
this was Majestics Miami 2nd annual picnic
most of these are lowriders
07-20-11, 09:25 PM
2 DOOR 93-96!!!
Heard there's only one person in the world that makes them.
07-20-11, 09:28 PM
pictures no worky :(
07-20-11, 09:32 PM
Pics are working for me...
Topo is the guy that makes the 2 doors.
07-20-11, 10:01 PM
hmmmm, I've tried google chrome, mozilla firefox and internet explorer. none of them will let me see. this sucks
07-20-11, 11:01 PM
AAHHHHH I cant see them either. Just a box with a red "x"
07-20-11, 11:24 PM
I can not see the pictures.
07-20-11, 11:40 PM
If you you quote the original post, you can see all of the links to the pictures. Unfortunately he posted them through layitlow.com, which requires membership to view photos.
Please re-submit the pictures through a more usable host site (flickr, photobucket, lunapic, Cardomain, CadillacOwners.com)
07-21-11, 12:16 AM
ill reupload them from another site ina few
07-21-11, 12:39 AM
07-21-11, 12:46 AM
wow on the 2 door 90's brougham. it looks 100% factory.
those other caddies are really cool, but 13 inch rims arent my thing (I do like lowriders, but IMO smaller than factory rims look goofy). those paint jobs are all pretty sweet, especially the blue w/ blue/white int. brougham.
07-21-11, 08:46 AM
Flashy looking Caddy`s.
For some reason tiny wheels and tires on huge Caddy`s just don`t look right,to me anyway---then again to each his own.
07-21-11, 09:53 AM
Pretty cool, I really like the 90's styled ones. And I like the Cutlass in the background on the 2nd picture.
07-21-11, 12:07 PM
And the World's Tallest Midget Award, goes to the black last gen...
07-21-11, 12:40 PM
For some reason tiny wheels and tires on huge Caddy`s just don`t look right,to me
:yup: Like a sumo wrestler in ballet slippers.
07-21-11, 04:25 PM
I wanted to give +1 to the 2door Fleetwood.
Very, very nice.
And kudos too to the awesome blue paint job (with blue/white interiors).
07-21-11, 05:55 PM
those 90's cadillac fleetwood are real popular here in miami i have this a 95 & my girl has a 93
this is my 95 brougham
this is my girls 93
07-21-11, 06:43 PM
I can see there is a strong lowrider fever in Miami. I prefer classic cars kept original or modified following options of their time, but this is not a law so I respect owners changing original wheels for a 13" if they are happy so. :) Beautiful boats, BIGBODYBEAR, I never tested these 90s caddies but IŽd bet they are really comfortable
07-21-11, 11:55 PM
actually the lowrider scene here in miami is almost completely dead for the fact that prices went extremely up on pretty much anything lowrider , most young individuals prefer putting their cars here on 24 inch rims & call it a day , i like the lowrider scene a little more because in some sense doesnt look outrageous like some of the cars out here , if i were to buy a car i would definitely buy an original car down to the paint, motor, interior & wheels then modify it some what to my taste but not over exaggerated
07-22-11, 12:14 PM
While the lowrider/small wheel look (or dub wheels for that matter) isn't my thing, I really admire the craftsmanship and dedication that goes into these cars. The coupe conversion is particularly impressive.
07-22-11, 06:02 PM
the coupe 96 fleetwood is a car that shouldve been made from factory , those wouldve sold alot more than the 4 doors
i saw a bit of the process that went into building the coupe , it was a long & difficult process with trial & error especially since it was a hard top version which is way harder to convert than a convertible because of the roof & aligning & cutting & welding.
but i say it was a real good conversion & up close & all you cant tell where cuts & welds were made at all , real nice job & that pics just dont do it much justice
07-26-11, 01:53 PM
Was the 2 dr Fleetwood car actually shortened?
To me it looks like they shortened the wheelbase, also I wonder if the front door was made longer.
Great craftsmanship, I would love to see that car in person.
07-26-11, 01:58 PM
The wheel base is the same but probably looks smaller because they did make the door longer. You can probably find some pics of the process, I've seen them before.
07-26-11, 10:48 PM
the car is the same length as a factory fleetwood , its just that the front door is elongated & the chrome rocker panels too , u definitly need a parts car or 2 to build this 1, i didnt have any pix of the interior but it was fully done complete 96 interior including the front seats that tilted foward , the only thing i dont think it had at the time was door windows but i believe the builder was in the process of getting them made , this was a month ago so i assume he might have them now ,
07-27-11, 08:41 AM
It looks like a ton of work. Having the door glass made is the most expensive part as you have to have it custom made. If you are a bodyman you can do the rest, but the glass has to be contracted out.
07-27-11, 08:49 AM
A few more...
07-29-11, 01:00 AM
whats that color on the convertible , that dark teal is real nice!!
07-29-11, 01:02 AM
A few more...
if im not mistaken i think that silver one in the 1st pic is the dark blue 1 & in the last pic