1995 ETC, 75 Deville, Cad500 powered 73 Apollo, 94 Mark VIII
Having had both a 75 DeVille and a 78 Fleetwood, I think a 75-76 model would probably be better. The 75 rode much better, it was easy to not notice railroad tracks and speed bumps. The cornering wasn't noticibly differant. Ok, the Fleetwood's more comfortable than the Deville, but a 75-76 Fleetwood would probably be the most comfortable. Despite having 950 pounds more to move, the 75 was about as fast too. I personally like the 75s styling more too. So unless you really love the 77-79 styling or are really concerned about gas, a 75-76 is probably the way to go.Elvis said:I've never been more comfortable sitting behind the wheel than I was in that Fleetwood. DAMN! I forgot it was a car for a minute there!
TMT, I never took what you said the wrong way. I still want a big RWD Caddy someday when I have space for it, but I would probably go for a '77-'79 model with the 425.