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    <-- See what it says over there under "Auto:"? (STS in '03). I tried another car (Vette) and it's just not me.. I'm actually pissed that I switched.. I wish I still had my '95... Atleast I have something to look forward to now.. I'll be looking for an '01 STS this year... Cadillacs are my favorite automobile...


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    sorry, that was a flyby.

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    That's okay.
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    are you sure you dont want an eldo. Im sure you know exactly what you want, but just offering my opinion. Unless you have people to haul around most of the time, wouldnt an eldo be better? Or do you just like the STS better?

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    I'd love an Eldorado. It would be less expensive and I love two door cars - but, I already had one - it would look exactly the same except for the interior.. I've also been eyeing up STS's ever since the '98s came around. I like the way they look. And, it's nice to have four doors, I think. Beyond that, isn't the suspension better in the STS? It's on a different platform than the Eldorado. Right?

    I'm not 100% on which I'll end up with. But, I've been really liking the STS for quite a while now.. Both are really great and I'd be happy with either one. I'd just rather have something different if I could...

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    i see. I know that the suspension in the STS is different, how i dont know. Better, again, dont know. But if cadillac says its better, then it will cost more to replace

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