: 2010 Mary Kay DTS



HartfordGuy
05-28-13, 08:23 PM
Rare opportunity. These cars are painted this color from the factory. After the lease is up, they get repainted white before going to auction.

This one slipped thru somehow. Only 4796 Miles!

http://images.cars.com/supersized/DMI/81125/52990/02.jpg

http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-2010-Cadillac-DTS-V8-Leawood-t35841_L11074?sourceContext=shareLink_true_0&showListingId=59383533#listing=59383533

jazoo
05-29-13, 08:18 PM
Rare opportunity. These cars are painted this color from the factory. After the lease is up, they get repainted white before going to auction.

This one slipped thru somehow. Only 4796 Miles!

In my opinion, this should be an excellent ride for the ladies. However, I would not touch it. BTW, what year is this beauty?

HartfordGuy
05-29-13, 10:07 PM
That is a 2010

I agree. Great car for the wife or girlfriend. As neat as it is, I couldn't drive it and get laughed at by my coworkers. LOL

Eddie39
05-29-13, 10:52 PM
That is a 2010

I agree. Great car for the wife or girlfriend. As neat as it is, I couldn't drive it and get laughed at by my coworkers. LOL

Just tell people you support breast cancer.

ronm01
05-30-13, 03:36 AM
It's a beauty, but the paint hue is much lighter than the older Mary Kay models. They were nearly Paris Hilton pink. I wonder if she has a bright pink Caddy? On second thought, no, I don't care what she drives, how she drives, or who she gets in the back seat with to get nailed.

HartfordGuy
05-30-13, 06:56 AM
The older Mary Kay cars were painted "Mountain Laurel". The new ones are "Mary Kay Pink Pearl Tri-coat".

bigtone
05-30-13, 09:12 AM
Last year I owned a 2005 Mary Kay Deville. it was the 'Mary Kay Pearl' color. Most people, including my neighbors, thought the car was white. It only had a slight pink hue in certain light. I heard they went to that color so they did not have to repaint them. The big downside with the Mary Kay cars are that almost all of them come with no options, just totally fleet style.

Dadillac
05-30-13, 08:56 PM
Yeah I would drive that car. The paint is pretty awesome. And at 47 years old peer pressure is a thing of the past. So anyone giving me grief over driving a pink car will get tired of doing it after a while. I also have heard that these cars start life as base models. For that reason there is no way I would spend $28k on a base model DTS. No matter the color

Don

RicktheRealtor
05-30-13, 11:51 PM
Yeah I would drive that car. The paint is pretty awesome. And at 47 years old peer pressure is a thing of the past. So anyone giving me grief over driving a pink car will get tired of doing it after a while. I also have heard that these cars start life as base models. For that reason there is no way I would spend $28k on a base model DTS. No matter the color

Don yeah, it's the old "at 20, I worried what people thought of me, at 40, I didn't give a sh*t what people thought about me, and at 60, I realized that weren't thinking about me!" I agree about the $28K for basically a fleet car.

billdaman
06-02-13, 01:47 PM
Rare opportunity. These cars are painted this color from the factory. After the lease is up, they get repainted white before going to auction.

This one slipped thru somehow. Only 4796 Miles!

http://images.cars.com/supersized/DMI/81125/52990/02.jpg


http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-2010-Cadillac-DTS-V8-Leawood-t35841_L11074?sourceContext=shareLink_true_0&showListingId=59383533#listing=59383533

Mine is a 2006 Mary Kay still only has 52,000 original miles. The boys at work started busting them on me when I pulled the mirrors in and showed them the pink under the mirror pivot that didn't get sprayed white. Otherwise you cant tell. Perfect way to pick up a low mileage well cared for beauty for a steal!

See any pink? LOL

http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b121/billdaman/image_zpsa665766c.jpeg (http://s18.photobucket.com/user/billdaman/media/image_zpsa665766c.jpeg.html)

HartfordGuy
06-03-13, 09:18 PM
$27K is alot of money, but then it only has 4,796 miles on it. Where are you going to find a new DTS anymore?

ronm01
06-04-13, 01:34 AM
Agree, with this low mileage she demands attention. Still for sale? If so, surprising to me... base model or not. She's a cute puppy.

Caddy-Lee
06-05-13, 11:19 AM
I have a 06 dts that I just found out used to be a MaryKay car. I had to get my front bumper replaced and while searching for the paint code found out it used to be pink. The car is clean as heck and in very good condition, but if it was pink when I was car shopping it would still be on the lot.

billdaman
06-05-13, 08:16 PM
I have a 06 dts that I just found out used to be a MaryKay car. I had to get my front bumper replaced and while searching for the paint code found out it used to be pink. The car is clean as heck and in very good condition, but if it was pink when I was car shopping it would still be on the lot.
If you purchased from a GM dealer you should have been told. Before I purchased mine I was informed it was a Mary Kay car. That was the deciding factor. I wanted a car driven by a little old lady with a shawl thick makeup and a poodle in the front seat. How else could I get a vehicle in 2010 with only 28K miles!

Jesda
06-08-13, 07:02 AM
I would totally rock that. A Mary Kay Cadillac is collectible to me, a part of the brand's heritage and history.