They bought two Cimarrons?
They, actually had three Cimarrons. Look, up there! LOL...
My Grand-Father hated them, he still talks about how bad they were.
But he does admit, they were a pretty reliable little car. My Grand-Mother loved them, the local Cadillac Dealer, they buy most of the thing
s from, the have had the same salesman, since 1970. He loved the Cimarron they said, and he still drives one. He talked them into them, and My Grand-Mother still say's the Yellow 84 Cimarron they had in Florida was one of her favorite cars... She said out of all she has had, she has really enjoyed the 84 Cimarron, 88 Deville, 96 Fleetwood, and 07 DTS...
Grandad, bought a few Cadillacs all the way along. However, he usually drove an Oldsmoblie, or Buick. He had a few used one's in the 60's, and an 87 Cimarron. But, he really didn't have a new one of his own untill the 05 SRX.
They usually leave my Grand-mothers car here, at home, and always did take my Grand-fathers to florida. So they had whatever he was driving at the time, and the Cadillac they had down there. The Cadillac in Florida as you can see, was usually, a small one. Seville, Eldorado, Cimarron, Catera, or CTS. So, they like taking a bigger car, or wagon down. My Grand-Father enjoyed, a station wagon, or SUV, that is probably why he didn't have many Cadillacs, they didn't produce either. So, he ended up with a Buick Estate wagon, which was almost the next best thing. Or, a large Oldsmoblie sedan.
I would say my favorite out of them, are the 88 Deville White on White, they special ordered this one. My Grand-Mother had a friend at the time, who had just ordered a new 88 Eldorado is this color combo, and she really wanted it, so my Grandfather ordered the white, on white leater seats, with red carpeting, it had white dash, with red steering wheel. It was cool as hell. He loaded it up, it had a car-phone, and everything. Just really clean and simple looking. Didn't have a carriage top, or anything like that. Just a simple white body, the wire hubs of that time, and clean white interior. I really kinda grew up in the back of that 96 Fleetwood though, I think she kept it the longest of any car she had. My cousins, and I called it the led-sled. Haha... I loved it, and they kept it I think because, they had the largest Cadillac on the street, and it made my Grand-Father feel good. LOL... He actually drove it as much, if not more then she did. Everyone loved that car.
Yellow, with Yellow Interior
White, with Tan Interior
Gray, with Gray Interior