Great Lakes Discussion, February 18-20 Chicago meet agenda. in Cadillac Clubs, Local Chapters and Regional Forums; Patrick is a relatively small dealer, but they took good care of me twice for service.
This little used car ...
Patrick is a relatively small dealer, but they took good care of me twice for service.
This little used car dealer specializes in Caddys - http://www.cadiauto.com/ - small place and you never know what they'll have on the lot.
And for Chad - http://www.dmautosales.com/ - although they're pretty snooty and don't appreciate visitors without checkbooks in hand. They had a Rolls from the 60's along with the usual collection of recent model sports cars last time i stopped.
Keep in mind that Illinois is a clueless no-auto-sales-on-Sunday state, so these won't be available for a Sunday visit.
The camel interior on the SEC is....unparalleled....
The seats look nice, but even given that it was designed in a different era, the dash on the Benz with the big black steering wheel and black dash top — looks cheap and not befitting at top-of-the-line luxury car.
I know it's plood on the dash, but the Riviera looks much richer inside, especially with the suede inserts.
And while Mercedes SECs are hardly a dime a dozen, I would bet a pristine Riviera T-Type is much more rare. I'd take the Buick.