Stunning car, Ben!
Stunning car, Ben!
^^^I agree!!! IMHO, Cadillac really missed their mark by not building a triple white last gen Fleetwood.
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Hey guys, it's my first time posting on the site. Here is Black Betty. 1985 with 4.1L (160,000 miles). Bought it to be a personal party car with a buddy of mine for $800. We figured we could hire a sober friend to drive us around at night, and save ourselves a DUI or two (and it's cheaper than cabs everywhere). It was originally owned by a LA recording studio, so apparently bands like Aerosmith, Guns and Roses, White Snake, Slayer, etc have all partied in this thing. Knowing that, I should probably torch the interior! The car has been eating coolant so we recently pulled the engine, and have just finished tearing it down. It's a total mess. Trying to figure out next steps. Considering a 4.9L swap, but I don't know what's involved (need to do the research). It's a California car so SMOG is an issue. I'll start a project thread soon. EDIT: A 4.9L swap looks out of the question, maybe a 4.5L? (researching).
Last edited by BlackBettyLimo; 07-07-13 at 02:08 AM.
77CDV, I started a dedicated thread for the limo with an additional note on CA smog laws and a follow up question for you if you have a moment: http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...l#post10459697
Thanks for the warm welcome!
Beautiful, Jeppi!! Love that color!
really nice! I checked out your album on your profile and was very impressed.
Thx, i've got to take some more pictures of it later. I've recently waxed the entire vehicle and on Tuesday i'm gonna let a professional interior cleaner company make a total recond of the entire interior!
Hey JP, I tried to reply to your PM but it wouldn't let me because it says your inbox is full.
oh, well i emptied it now
Next to white, dark gray is a very classy color for a luxury car.
Now just get some proper whitewalls for all 4 wheels and you'll be all set!
Firmly washed and waxed! See this link for full resolution pictures! http://www.flickr.com/photos/aircraftsincruise/