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I had the opportunity to take a picture of the Caddy's all together before the Fleetwood was picked up this past weekend. Personally, I love Cadillacs. They are prestigous, luxurious, and the finest our country has to offer. My Dad almost named me Caddy, wouldn't that be something? If I can find me a clean 1976 Eldorado Bicentennial Edition Convertible for a good $$.. it will be my show car.
From left to right:
The recentely sold 1975 Fleetwood Brougham, 112K original miles
My 2000 Seville STS
My 1999 Deville that I am selling
My 1970 Coupe Deville Convertible, 85K original miles

It was sad to see the Fleetwood go, but it has landed in good hands.

Anyone want a 1999 Deville :D ?





Hope everyone had a nice weekend!
Regards,
Lelo :D
 

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I really like it. This is my second 1970 Coupe Deville convertible. I restored the last one and then sold it at a show in PA. I picked this one up from NY, it is all original and unmolested. It has 85K original miles. It had a small electrical shortage and needed an exhaust, but other than that it is in good mechanical shape. I put dual exhausts with two mufflers and 2.5 inch chrome pipes out the back. It does need a full paint job and convertible top, which will take me some time to complete.

How is yours doing?
 

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Wow with that pic you can really see the differance in size and pimpness between the years..
 

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Actually you're right.. I like the look of 68-70 with the vertical headlights. 71-72 were ugly. 73 was better, and they got the style right in 74-76. It's a shame they changed it in 77...
 
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