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Heres what I think are the classiest cars ever.



'74-76 Cadillac Brougham

'79-85 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Coupe

'80-'92 Cadillac Brougham

'80-84 Cadillac Coupe Deville/ Fleetwood Brougham Coupe

'91-'93 Cadillac deVille

'92-94 Cadillac STS

'77-79 Lincoln Town Car

'90-94 Lincoln Town Car

'92-'99 Mercedes Benz W140 S Class

'91-96 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight Regency Elite


What do you think are the classiest cars ever?
 

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Pretty much anything by Rolls Royce
Most Jaguars
60s Astons and the recent DB

1935 Dusenberg Dual Cowl Phaeton SJ (a personal favourite of all time)
1930 Cord L-29

Vintage Cadillacs and Lincolns.



The more I think about it, class peaked in the 30s.
 

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Most Jaguars (excluding the XJS and XJ40 - thats just fugly)

There are four Jaguars that ooze class more than the others IMO

2003-present XJ
1968-1993 XJ6/12 (including the coupe)
1961-1972 E-Type
1996-2005 XK

Cadillac Eldorado (1959)
Cadillac Seville (98-04)
Cadillac Deville (94-99)
Lincoln Town car (03-present)
Ferrari 456GT (1996)
Volvo S90 (1996)
Rolls Royce Silver Seraph (1999)
Bentley Arnage (1999)
Rover 75 (1999)
Range Rover (2002)
VW Phaeton :p

And my favourite of them all, the British establishment, not a Rolls Royce in a sports jacket but a BENTLEY TURBO R!
 

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Yeah british cars in general look very classy, especially mid '80s to mid '90s Bentleys and Rolls Royces

Good to see ya back Mccombie!
 

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93-96 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

59 Cadillac Eldorado

06 Cadillac DTS

00-05 Cadillac Deville, DHS, DTS

73 Cadillac Eldorado

34 Cadillac Fleetwood

32 Cadillac Phaeton V16

38 Lasalle

1977 Lincoln Town Car, Continental and Mark series

1989 Lincoln Town Car

1997 Lincoln Town Car

1998 Lincoln Town Car

2005 Lincoln Town Car

1998 Lincoln Continental

1998 Lincoln Mark VIII

1963 Lincoln Continental

any 20s model Cadillac

1930 Cadillac Imperial Sedan (the greatest Cadillac ever besides the 32 Phaeton)

1989 Cadillac Sedan Deville, Coupe Deville

1993 Cadillac Sedan Deville, Coupe Deville

1984 Cadillac Coupe Deville

1975 Cadillac Sedan Deville

1975 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 75 Limo

1975 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

1989 Cadillac Brougham

1992 Cadillac Brougham D'elegance

hmmm, that is all i can think of...
 

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This is very easy for me

Jaguar XJ (any year)
Jaguar XK
Jaguar E Type
MB 280 SL
BMW 6 series (e24)
Cadillac Seville (1980-1985)
Any Rolls Royce or Bentley
Cadillac Deville (1989-1993)
BMW 8 Series
Mercedes Benz (1984-1999)
BMW 7 Series (1995-2001)
Audi A8 & S8 (1996-present)
BMW M5
Range Rover
Honda S2000
Maybach
 

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Yeah dude it's all about the vintage Cadillacs and Lincolns. Oldsmobiles were pretty nice too. If you come across any d'Elegance, Elegante, or Biarritz Caddy you are sitting in the best of the best in terms of interiors. I've been in base model 80's Fleetwood Broughams and when compared to my d'Elegance they lack a certain plush quality to them. I took a two hour nap in the back seat of my Fleetwood today with just the backseat and my leopard print pillow waiting for my 2:00 class and let me just say, I slept better in that car than I did in my own bed. What an interior, sooooooooo comfortable.
 

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DopeStar 156 said:
Yeah dude it's all about the vintage Cadillacs and Lincolns. Oldsmobiles were pretty nice too. If you come across any d'Elegance, Elegante, or Biarritz Caddy you are sitting in the best of the best in terms of interiors. I've been in base model 80's Fleetwood Broughams and when compared to my d'Elegance they lack a certain plush quality to them. I took a two hour nap in the back seat of my Fleetwood today with just the backseat and my leopard print pillow waiting for my 2:00 class and let me just say, I slept better in that car than I did in my own bed. What an interior, sooooooooo comfortable.
Yeah, I agree... when I first got the '79, I was like, eh, it has the d'Elegance option... but then as I was in more cars and saw the bast seats of the '79... I really apperciate it!... as you said, the back seat is so freakin comfortable, it just kind of engulfs you... very comfy.
 

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That's a Chevette isn't it. I had a buddy at school who had an old Diesel Chevette...you just couldn't kill the thing.
lol, the old joke was, how can you make a Chevette slower? put a diesel in it, lol... those are rare tho.

I really liked them, they were great little cars, my mother had 2, an '85 and an '85 IIRC, great on gas, really reliable, they were simple, economical cars for their day. My mother had them for years, drove 90mins each way to work, loaded it up with sand bags in the back for the winter, good to go.

Of course both were autos... and they were slower then slow... but eh, soft spot in my heart for them... I grew up with them.

That was my mothers car(s) later it was the AMC Eagle for a short time... my father had (has) an '88 Fiero Formula.. 167k miles on it, we went everywhere in it, also growing up was his '85 Bronco (still has...lol) for work and towing etc.... There were others, but these were the main vehicles.

BTW, it was a joke, the Chevette being under classy... but they were still great little cars :)

"Anyone wanna go for a ride in my 'Vette"
 

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1972 Mustang Coupe with bone stock, never-been-messed-with, 39,740 original, verifiable miles. It's for sale, and it's mine,,,,
 

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92-98 Mercedes benz S600 cars. I love those. Aston Martin Lagonda, too. It's styling isn't for everyone but I love them.
 

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1972 Mustang Coupe with bone stock, never-been-messed-with, 39,740 original, verifiable miles. It's for sale, and it's mine,,,,
Wow, that is in really good shape...

but the MustangII never really cought on much... yours seems to be pretty good though, I'd hold onto it.
 

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Gotta be the '76 Lincoln Mark IV Cartier edition.

Quote from Lincoln salesman #1

"The only car you can get in, drive 100 miles, and feel better when you get there than when you left."

Quote from Lincoln salesman #2

"If you can't get laid in this, you're probably gay.":rolleyes:
 
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