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Community Lounge, Introductions and General Discussion Discussion, Emasculate! in General Discussion; http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_578wt_1167 "This emasculate low mile Cadillac Sedan de Ville Deisgner Edition has been meticulously maintained by its original owners since ...
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    Emasculate!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...#ht_578wt_1167

    "This emasculate low mile Cadillac Sedan de Ville Deisgner Edition has been meticulously maintained by its original owners since the day it was purchased new. Including new brakes, battery, tires, etc. All recipts for any maintenance and purchases are included. "


    I'd prefer a more effeminate one.

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    Re: Emasculate!

    Yeah, that. The car has no testicular fortitude.








    Is that ad a new form of salesmanship ??? Saleslangship ?
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    Never liked that era. Gimme a mid 90's or early eighties caddy

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    Re: Emasculate!

    I always thought that model Cadillac was fine for "church ladies" but left something to be desired as a manly conveyance. But who knows, guys, it might go quite well with your white belt and shoes ensemble!

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    Re: Emasculate!

    Nah ............. Goes well out on the Left Coast - SF. Right at home. (Maybe even in Provincetown)

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    Re: Emasculate!

    Never liked those early FWD DeVilles.

    They also made for terrible Hearses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentm View Post
    Never liked that era. Gimme a mid 90's or early eighties caddy
    It's not the era that's the problem, it's the Model. Cadillac made a great product in '89. That was just PART of their lineup.

    I've never understood how those FWD DeVilles sold between '85 and '92. Why would someone buy that thing new, when they could have drove home a new Brougham instead... RWD. Roomy. Looks like a real car, rather than a car drawn by a three-year-old...



    Full gallery below, just because that interior colour is always gorgeous.

    http://www.mcsmk8.com/89-CAD/89-CAD.html

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    Re: Emasculate!

    ^^^ Why would someone buy one of those? "Because the other ladies at church had 'em so I wanted one too!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by The-Dullahan View Post




    It's not the era that's the problem, it's the Model.

    Well, yea, that's what i meant, those small body Caddies..whatever they are.

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    Re: Emasculate!

    I would never emasculate myself for a FWD. A 62 limo maybe.

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    I'd drive a FWD Eldorado, '67-'76. In fact, in the span of my life, I have driven every one of those years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orconn View Post
    ^^^ Why would someone buy one of those? "Because the other ladies at church had 'em so I wanted one too!"
    In hindsight, whenever my Mum drove to church in one of the Cadillacs, it was a '59 Sovereign. She NEVER owned a FWD DeVille (And did not like small cars such as their kind)...This...is almost definitely why I do not like them even a tiny bit. (In honesty, I never saw any FWD DeVilles in my childhood, meaning that no one in the region owned one)

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    Re: Emasculate!

    I enjoyed my '92 Sedan deVille and will argue that it was better than a 90-92 Brougham in some ways.
    "They call Alabama the Crimson Tide, call me Deacon Blues."

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    Re: Emasculate!

    Quote Originally Posted by I~LUV~Caddys8792 View Post
    I enjoyed my '92 Sedan deVille and will argue that it was better than a 90-92 Brougham in some ways.
    I'll second that. My 1989 Fleetwood Sixty Special was a wonderful car: comfortable, roomy, quiet, smooth, adequate power, very good on gas, and quite a nice handling car for what it was. I could do without the carrige top, though.
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    Re: Emasculate!

    yeah, but I do not normally recognize the 90-92 Broughams. They were a poor reflection of the 1980-1989 cars, which had already more-than-slipped along through the years from where they started out.

    Not that I can complain about mine. It has the Olds 307 that everyone claims is so horribly underpowered and my Brougham weighs more than the normal ones, yet the power output of the engine has never inconvenienced me in any way shape or form.

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    Re: Emasculate!

    ^ Your hearse probably has the "high output" 307 that makes 170hp vs the standard 140hp found in 99% of 86-89 Broughams. Plus you live in Florida, no pesky hills. Oh and typing high output and 170hp kind of gave me the giggles.


    As for that esmaculating 1989 Sedan Deville, I'd rock it if it didn't have that god-awful carriage roof on it. Really I kind of liked the 89-93 Deville, so much better than the awful looking 85-88 cars. The restyling and gaining some of the length back really helped them look like a Cadillac again. Plus the 4.5 and 4.9 V8 are pretty reliable and move the car along at a reasonbly brisk pace. I'd take one of these over a N* powered car any day of the week.

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    Re: Emasculate!

    When I was in flight academy in Tucson, AZ I was the dedicated driver after a Friday night out. My friends had this era FWD DeVille. It was a one-way 3 lane street. But I didn't know it was one-way. So I thought I was going into the middle lane to typivcally prepare for a left turn. And as I was making the left turn I was overtaken by a car in the most left lane. It took off the complete front bumper and made the overtaking car, a lady in a Honda Civic, spin over the junction. That action was ripe for the movies!

    Although it cost me $80 for an illegal turn (and a new bumper for my friends Caddy), at least I had a night out with dinner and drinks with that lady I hit after that. HAHAHA

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