Cadillac Deville 6.2 Diesel
this is my Cadillac Deville 1984 6,2 diesel (Originaly 4,1) just put in
sweet 6,2 GMC jimmy. I use the original tranny , I also had 1981 Cadillac
Deville 5,7 diesel for scrap, needed the engine mounting and lots more
stuff from that car . You can also see in the garage dodge van 350, Dodge
dart 1974, cord 1936, Volvo 850 2,3 turbo and the orange engine 318 cc will be put
in the dart
LT1 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD!
RUSTY,S CADILLAC KILLING SOME GOODYEARS BEFORE CHRISTMAS OF 2008! CAR HAS A
FEW MODS NOTHING CRAZY
1995 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 5.7 350 Bubble body
Thiss is a very nice car. One of the last ones i uploaded was the same car
in green so i do have 2 the other one has more miles but is lacking a few
of the minor flaws this one has This car only has a bit over 80k original
miles. You will absolutly Love this car with the big ole 5.7 litre 350 you
have pleanty of power.
1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham in triple black
Here is my 1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham in triple black. I've had it
for about 10 months and it has around 67,500 original miles. It's fully
loaded with every option including moonroof and factory CD player (still
not standard in 1996). It also has the gold emblem package. which really
contrasts with the rest of the car. I got it from a dealership in the
Chicago area after looking for this specific color combination and year for
quite a while.
This car is undoubtedly the best I've ever owned. The Chevrolet-sourced LT1
requires so little effort to accelerate that the pedal feel seems at odds
with the vague handling and cushy, soft ride. It absolutely floats over
broken NYC streets and irons out almost every imperfection in the road. It
comes off even better on the highway, where you absolutely cannot feel the
road. The steering sort of firms up at higher speeds but it's still really,
really light. The interior has enough room for six regular-sized Americans,
something I enjoy even though I rarely have more than one person in the car
at a time. I'm sure this would please Al Gore. Sometimes people find it
amusing that I'm 24 and drive an "old man" car, until they ride in it. Then
they usually fall asleep on the soft Brougham seats (which still smell new
by the way).
It's a shame that GM doesn't build anything remotely close to this anymore
and probably never will again. Someone needs to send them the memo that
there is still a market for a full-size, rear-wheel drive domestic luxury
car. I also own a 1996 Sedan Deville with 31K original miles, but it feels
less substantial than the Brougham even though it has the Northstar and is
fully optioned as well.
By the way, you really can get 23-26 MPG on the highway with the LT1
depending on how you accelerate and brake.
Cali Swang 8 Intro
Big body Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham lowriders hitting switches and street
hopping down the streets of Los Angeles. Videography credit to big K.J.
1990 Cadillac Brougham *Custom Built 6.0 Liter V8 (BurnOut at the end)
1990 Cadillac Brougham. 74,000 total miles and 800 miles on the new Built
engine. Flowmaster Dual Exhaust with
20 inch Polished Aluminum Tips on 3 inch stainless steel Pipes from the
engine to the back tip. Original engine is a 5.7 liter from factory. Fully
rebuilt top and bottom bored out and replaced with high performance pistons
and all high end internals. Finished Product is a custom built 6.0 liter V8
with some Big Mean Ass Ballz!!!!
1981 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham d'Elegance - start-up and test drive
My own "test drive" video of my 1981 Cadillac as a tribute to the ones I
watched when searching for my own hobby car.
I bought this car from http://www.caliautobrokers.com in 2009 and imported
it to Finland myself. It is essentially in original, unrestored condition,
with only minor repairs done by me. All the accessories etc. work.
Update: I was asked for the exact location the video was filmed in. It's
here (Google Maps): http://tinyurl.com/harjutie