It’s been a bit of a front-wheel-drive Cadillac party over here in the DT offices and…well…if you’ve got to collect the whole set, then you’ll need to get a 6th generation DeVille which was the first time the full sized DeVille sedan transitioned from rear to front drive. This transition did make some difference in performance, but not the way you might have expected — the front drive version lost 500 lbs of weight (give or take), 10 inches of wheelbase, and picked up rack-n-pinion steering. To say that it is a more driver centric car is the same as saying that skunk smells better than burning hair…it’s all in the nose of the beholder. Find this 1992 Cadillac DeVille offered for $3,500 in Tucson, AZ via craigslist.
Nothing really drives quite like a late 1980s Cadillac… there is an amount of float to the handling that defies the laws of physics… it is like somehow the shock tuners at Cadillac invented an inverse damper, a forward feedback loop that adds harmonics to the driving experience. Take your dramamine. Find this 1988 Cadillac Sedan […]
Have you ever wanted something so wrong that it is actually right? This 230″ long car gives the proverbial middle finger to modern cars. It is long, brown, thirsty, loud, and made of a lot of steel. These dinosaurs are so rarely seen any more that they really stand out in the 2017 auto landscape. […]
1977 was a pivotal year for full sized Cadillac product offering. Engine power from the fuel sucking V8s had been down since ’73, but you could pick someone up in a one year old ’76 Caddy and still kind of wow them with their overall hugeness. However the ’77 was to Cadillac kind of what […]
Just a quick DT Flash article since this listing expires in a few hours and I just found it. Anyway – if you’ve ever wanted to roll in classic Cadillac style while rolling coal, this is pretty much your best opportunity. Find this 1963 Cadillac Sedan DeVille Cummins I-6 Diesel Swap currently bidding for $6,300 […]
Before viewing today’s next feature, you may want to put your wayfarers on ahead of time. This El Cadimino makes the absolute best use of some of the worst years of Cadillac as it started life as a 1984 Cadillac Coupe DeVille, has been converted into an El Camino look-a-like and is powered by an […]
The Bill Mitchell designed 2nd generation Cadillac DeVille was sold in coupe, sedan or convertible version from 1961 through 1964. The big beast was packed with all sorts of advanced features like power electric seats and auto dimming headlights at a time when Cadillac ruled the large luxury segment. Find this 1964 Cadillac Sedan DeVille […]