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Hey guys, I'm selling my Grey Fleetwood so I figured I would grab a couple pics of me with both of my cars so that I could remember the times I owned two Caddy's at 22 when I'm 55 showing my grandkids :bouncy:
I went to a school parking lot with my pops and snapped these. I messed around with a few of the pics to try to get a vintage look so that it looked like it was from an older time period. Here's me with my '89Fleetwod sedan and new '91 Brougham






Hope you enjoyed!
 

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Very cool!

At least you are going the right way! FWD to RWD!
Big upgrade IMO.

Both really beautiful Classic Cadillacs!
Thanks for sharing and :welcome:

PS: I am 55 and got my first Cadillac at 19, take many pictures. You never look back and say you have too many once the car is gone. Mine was in the age of film and developing negatives which cost money. Now in the digital age there is no excuse not to!
 

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I should have also added "...of every car even the ones you don't care about, or hate!"

My utility/work/junker/winter beaters are the ones I miss having pictures of....
 

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I've 2 at the moment.......I just posted my Brougham on CL also this weekend... I understand the feeling to have to let one go..
 

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Post us a link.[/QUOTE

http://charlotte.craigslist.org/cto/4882836510.html

It's been a good car just time for something else... Maybe a 94-96..

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...at your age I was into Camaro's and know the feeling. It's been a while, but I remember it clearly; letting one of them go, a '72.
I kept a 1965 Chevelle that I did a full frame off on for 15 years. I hate letting go but sometimes it's for the best... My goal is a 1966 Eldorado.... A few years down the road.
 

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Keep the 89 (love the styling) and get a 94-96.
Believe me, I love the 89 as well. I just can't afford 2 cars right now. Well, I can afford it, I just don't need two. If you love it so much, come check it out, you're close enough ;)

I love the 93-96's but the 91 is just more old school and "Cadillac" to me.
 

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I thought it was only a fallacy if you bought an exotic red sports car? :hmm:
 

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I'd keep it if I could pay $150 year in insurance but my insurance company wont let me register it historical. I know in NY, the DMV will let you register historical if the car is 25+ years old and not the daily driver (something like under 4k miles a year) Apparently State Farm will only give it to you if its 25+ years old and like A SUPER RARE CAR THEY ONLY MADE 100 OF.
 
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