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Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 1995

Picture of the '95 Fleetwood Brougham Moving to California gave me much more free hands to choose a daily driver according to my liking. I guess I'm of the type they would call a "conservative buyer", or even "the dying kind". Anyhow, to feel comfortable behind the wheel of my car-to-be, I limited my options to model names like Crown Victoria, Gran Marquis, Town Car, Impala, Roadmaster, and Fleetwood. Out of these, the Fleetwood emerged as the victor, due to its luxurious ride, nice LT-1 powerplant, and maybe partly because of my general liking of Cadillacs of the past. Finding an example in good condition turned out to be not that trivial a task, as the Fleetwood accounted for less than 10% of Cadillac's yearly sales, and I had to limit my search for model years '94-'96, as they are the only ones to come with LT-1 power. After some unsuccessful trips to see cars, I was able to locate this particular car from the daughter of the now-deceased original owner. My empirical findings proved the theory that the elderly gentlemen were pretty much the only prospective buyers for these dinosaurs, when they were new. I can't understand what's wrong with the world nowadays. Anyway, I've been very pleased with the car, it provides an extremely comfortable ride, and the LT-1 engine gives brisk performance combined with excellent fuel mileage on the highway. Other added benefits are the "commanding presence" and the "uncompromised substance", both of which come standard with the GM D-body.

Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 1995 Technical Information

Some pictures of the Cadillac ( 50-100kB each )

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