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    Small Caddy sedan

    possible Cimarron replacement?

    I hope not!!!

    Based on the Saturn Ion:


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    Re: Small Caddy sedan

    Hmm.. Soughta like the IS300... It could work.. Damn, I need to get that image section working again. I have a feeling it'll be up again in a day or so...
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    Re: Small Caddy sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    possible Cimarron replacement?

    I hope not!!!

    Based on the Saturn Ion:


    Small cars ( like ION size) are not what Cadillac does well. Leave really small cars to whoever excells in making them - and that's sure not Caddy. Cadillac never heard the end of a Cavalier based model - would a Saturn based car be any better? :banghead2

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    Rex, I think you should take the body of an old surburban, only use the length, chop the rest down, make a new grill and rims, and make a little sedan out of that, not an suv, but use how long the surburban is.

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    Re: Small Caddy sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by MMNineInchNails
    Rex, I think you should take the body of an old surburban, only use the length, chop the rest down, make a new grill and rims, and make a little sedan out of that, not an suv, but use how long the surburban is.


    It would be about the same length as your '70 is....But it wouldn't be nearly as cool!

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    lol. Thanks.

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    Re: Small Caddy sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by kcnewell
    It would be about the same length as your '70 is....But it wouldn't be nearly as cool!
    How can you make a "little sedan" out of something the length of the Suburban?
    Isn't the Sixteen concept what you are thinking of?

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    Small Cadillac is a perfectly good idea. Something a little smaller than a 3-series would be nice. Can the Sigma could shrink that far?

    Based on the ION? The ION's a bloody joke, it's not even a decent doghouse, much less a car.

    Please, no FWD Cadillacs. GM's got plenty of other nameplates for that sort of thing.

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    I was talking about something completelyl differen't, just a new idea. I wasn't intending on it being a small sedan.

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    Re: Small Caddy sedan

    Quote Originally Posted by MMNineInchNails
    Rex, I think you should take the body of an old surburban, only use the length, chop the rest down, make a new grill and rims, and make a little sedan out of that, not an suv, but use how long the surburban is.
    I wouldnt consider something like that SMALL!!

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