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OK. I've been buzzing around here a little lately. I love Cadillacs. They seem to love me too as they keep following me home and I let them stay. My first Cadillac was a 1980 Fleetwood Brougham, second was a 1970 Sedan Deville, third was a 1988 Brougham, fourth was a 1985 Fleetwood Brougham, and finally I got a 1984 Coupe deVille that has stolen my heart. I still have all of them except the '88. There's just something about them.... I like to build guns (legally, of course!) and collect them as well. I seem to keep buying old school PPI and US Amps, so, I guess you could say I collect them too. I've been building subwoofer enclosures and doing installs since I was 15 years old. I'm 35 now. As far as a living goes, I am a state licensed specialty subcontractor. My specialty is high end swimming pools and business is OK for now. I live in Jacksonville, Florida and would like to find out if there are any Cadillac clubs here. If there isn't, I considered starting one under another corporation. Anyway, I'm dreaming of cranking my '84 Coupe and hearing a big block rumble. I would like to thank all of you in advance for whatever, opinions, advice, or tips you may send my way to make it happen. I'm pretty good with Cadillac steering columns and other little things, so, if anyone needs help, feel free to PM me.
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Sounds like you have quite the collection going. I have a soft spot for the big bodied Caddys of the '80s myself. My Grandfather had an '88 Brougham when I was in high school that I used to borrow every chance I got. All my friends thought I was crazy for driving something almost 18 1/2 feet long, but I loved it. The 307ci was very underpowered for a car of that mass and the TBI didn't help matters. He had a 383 stroker sitting under his carport that I always dreamed of dropping down in it so I know how you feel with your '84 Coupe. Hope you get it worked out and be sure to let us know if you do.
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