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Nice rides all around. Just picked up a copy of Donnie Brasco at the local B'Buster and getting ready to watch. I think there are some late-1970s Caddies in that one, if I correctly recall. Good flick w/ great cars. Last time I saw it was in the theater. (Sorry for my tangent.)Their both beautiful. The '84 stands out to me because a friend of mine has a mint condition black on red '79, and it reminds me of his. The '78 is crying for the right tires, but is nice other than that. Nice color, though I might have gone with a contrasting landau top.
He wants 20K and there's no cruise? Ben's buddy has the better car IMO.The price is insane, but this is NICE...!
I've been saying this for years. I always notice the most stripped down Cadillacs seem to be the most well cared for. I guess the logical explanation is older people tend to buy stripped models and hold on to them for decades while young flashier people buy a loaded up Cad and then flip it to the next owner within a couple of years.(One funny thing about those coupes on the 'Bay is that they don't have cruise control). Funny how the bashed-up/pitted-out one's are always the most well-optioned.(sigh).