tbcaddy, i saw you on cardomain and your cadillac is still one of my favorites. its a beautiful thing!
devilrock76, im sorry but im not sure exactly what my color code is, several years back the previous owner repainted the hood and trunk so there actually are two different shades of charcoal color, all i know is that the hood and trunk are a darker charcoal color...the sides are the original charcoal paint, but they are pretty badly oxidized and have been lightened up. if i find the code ill let you know....the newer charcoal paint on the hood also has a sparkling effect, i believe it is a metallic paint.
lochenjons's, thanks for the comment about my car, i appreciate it. :)
no problem 85EvergreenBrougham, although i just want to let you know that when i was converting my low beams from the h4 xenons to HIDs i found that my front left bulb connection for the low beam had melted, the right side was fine and they both still worked previously, but for some reason the plastic connection where you plug into the h4 bulb had melted.
Somebody post new pics!!!
devilock76---- hey, i checked my drivers door and i still could not find the code. i did find the other information such as tire size and vin code, but it think the color code sticker might have been torn off. i also did check my spare tire cover but still no luck there. you know of any other ways? what about VIN numbers, is there like a website that we can check that will give all information about the particular VIN #?
Doesn't the plate on the cowl tell the car's paint code?
The Fleetwood is a great CAR to tow the boat with, while the DeVille is just great!:)
Can't argue with that!:thumbsup:
Still, I have two - count 'em - two security guards at Christmas time for my Fleetwood.
One of them stands guard outside just during the holidays while the other one is with us at all times along with the other two dogs all the time.
That dog is really sneaky and just peeks over the top of the lower part of the storm door and watches what you're doing.:tisk:
OF, I dig that color. Is that "Black Sapphire" or "Sable Black"?
'Fraid not - It's only Dark Adriatic Blue which is - I think - the most common color for FWB's ever produced.
It must be the lighting in December, just before Christmas, that darkens it that way.
Here's another shot of it, earlier in the year.
Ahh ok, "Black Sapphire" was the dark blue used on the 90-92 Broughams, I'd assume they kept the same color for the 93-96's, and just changed the name to "Dark Adriatic Blue Metallic".