I have only owned 2 Cadillacs so far, first one was a 1991 Eldorado Touring Coupe, probably rare too since i don't think many TC were made in 91, RIP 9/13/2002 . Now have my newest ride, 1990 Sedan deVille which i probably would have never bought until my Suburban that I recent had working blew the rear end(just had the fluid change,weird?). But i'll probably keep the burban,get it fixed and use it for a winter vehicle or something for off-roading one day.
Let's see if you can't guess my age from my answer...
I learned how to drive in my Fathers Caddy a 72. I have owned 2 Caddys, my 1st was a 69, my 2nd and current is a 93 DeVille. My 1st 5 Cars in order... 72 Mustang Fastback, 73 LeMans Sport Coupe, 69 Nova Super Sport, 74 Grand LeMans, 69 Caddy. :bouncy:
1973 Eldorado Coupe
1977 Coupe Deville
1998 Seville SLS
Still have the last two.
Cadillacs I'd like to own:
Any 1st. series V-16 Coupe
Any 2nd. series V-16 Coupe
The new Cadillac Sixteen
94 DV Concours.
My only claim to fame is I have all but the '90 right now. The '90, which got totalled by a high school chickie and her illegal turn, was my first and got me hooked.
88 Blue Eldorado Touring Coupe
89 Diamond White Eldorado Biarritz (2nd Owner only 60,000 miles Still Have)
93 Blue Touring Sedan
94 Green Eldorado Touring Coupe
01 Silver STS
03 Diamond White CTS (Current Driver)
First learned how to drive in my father's 1983 Seville, brown color, he bought it brand new. I know it went at least 200k miles before he had to junk it.
Bought my first Caddy '84 Fleetwood brough, blue color at 40k miles or so. I think I paid $6-7k back in 92. She's clearly my most favorite caddy. I felt like she was an extension of my body. I love the way she makes a tight corner and weaves through traffic. Sigh... damn shame I had to junk her a few years later.
Bought caddy '89 deville for $5k when I junked my '84. Hated that '89, I can't stand the way it handles the road. I was happy to get rid of her a few years later.
After carless for many years, bought a used '99 deville midnight blue just 6 months go. 40k miles for $15k. I'm somewhat happy with this car. While doesn't handle the road as well as the '84, she makes up for in horsepower.
10 yrs from now, I plan to buy an ol' 83/84 fleetwood and restore it. I miss that car too much.
In their own way, the Cimarron and the '89 Seville were nice, good looking cars. All they needed was a little bit more power.
The SDV, on the other hand, was a major disappointment. I have driven Buicks and Olds that were more luxurious and drove-rode better.
My '99 SLS is a black-on-black, fun, kick-ass car. Looks like the kind of car that Darth Vader (one of my movie "heroes") would drive. Even with the "smaller" 275 HP Northstar engine, the car can still haul ass.:lildevil:
I am looking forward to the new generation Sevilles, er...I mean....STS. :tongue2:
-1970 Coupe Deville Convertible, 86K, finally runs perfect, needs body work for Spring 2004 show season
-1992 Fleetwood Brougham (for sale), 63K, perfect
-1998 Fleetwood Limited (FWD) made by Superior Limo. 1 of 340 made
-2000 Seville STS
This is in my family as a whole (Dad, brother, me).
I have owned two an 87 sedan deville and my 91 Sedan deville but my 91 will be the 6th that I have experienced. The Caddy that started it all Was a 91 Deville Touring Sedan my stepdad bought for my sis and I to share. My sister totaled it:dammit: . Next it was a 94 Deville Concours that he bought to replace that. Then he bought my sister a 92 Sedan Deville that she totaled. To replace it he bought her a 95 Sedan Deville :cookoo:. Then I bought my 87 that I loved but was a dreaded 4100:banghead: but it was really nice. Now I have my 91 that has less miles then the one that started it all six years ago. I will forever be hooked by the almighty :worship: Caddy. :halo:
So to put that in easy list form.
87 Sedan Deville
91 Sedan Deville
91 Deville Touring Sedan
92 Sedan Deville
94 Deville Concours
95 Sedan Deville