I Bought the MOST UNRELIABLE Cadillac in the USA: 1993 Northstar Seville STS

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  • I have a 92. With the 4.9L Great car. Had it almost 8 years now. Strictly my winter beater

    Sam DSam DPrieš 9 dienų
  • I find it funny that Cadillac went to FWD to compete, when the main competitors to them, Mercedes, BMW, and Lexus had Majority RWD lineups in the 90s

    HeavyTanker1945HeavyTanker1945Prieš 15 dienų
  • I've owned a bunch of northstars and I'm aware of the nightmare experiences folks have had with them. I've never had engine trouble with any of them. I own two (an 02 DeVille and a '10 DTS) now as my dailies and I adore them, but I'm fully aware of the potential hell that awaits down the road, no pun intended. I feel like cadis like this are so dirt cheap that if you go into it with the mindset of owning a temporary toy, disposable luxury, or a mobile-living room-in-passing, you can have a cheap thrill until it breaks. Is it a gamble? Yeah, but I have yet to regret choosing to own them. I miss owning muscle cars and I am a disabled Iraq vet who is kinda over going fast and taking risks, so I decided to try something I've wanted to do since I was 16 and had my first northstar cadi. I added exhaust mods to one. Then got a other one and semi-replicated it. In my 02 especially, I really get that nice comfy, classic v8 feel with a muscly rumble.. for like $6k mods and all. I love it

    BroomBroomBroomBroomPrieš 20 dienų
  • I always chalked it up to people running 87 in them.

    David RandallDavid RandallPrieš 27 dienų
  • That’s the most Orlando Florida car ever lol

    Venture A HighwayVenture A HighwayPrieš 28 dienų
  • Ford laughs at 90s Cadillac....... Insert Lincoln LS........

    dads with shieldsdads with shieldsPrieš mėn
  • I remember when I reached a point in my career when I felt I had really "made it" so I bought that exact year, model, and color of that car (sans sunroof). I sold it years later with 167,000 miles on it. The only problem I had with it was at 100,000 miles I had to rebuild the transmission. I remember that car as one of the nicest I've ever owned. I guess I have a soft spot in my heart for those, too...☺

    Chris the drummer KimballChris the drummer KimballPrieš mėn
  • I bought a 1991 Cadillac deville...My first car and im already replacing the head gaskets (Not a northstar) Its a 4.9L v8

    Braedan BollmanBraedan BollmanPrieš mėn
  • Think is the only v8 fwd. I have not seen that in any other car.

    Martin WMartin WPrieš mėn
  • Tyler, your wife is so pretty.

    Troy SmithTroy SmithPrieš mėn
  • My dad had a 1999 Right Hand Drive SLS. It was a hotrod for old guys. A pillar like a roll cage. Automatic adaptive exhaust system. Drivers cluster was invisible till car started.Ultimate sleeper car. Silent round town. Hit gas and it sounded like thunder! I used to put up beside performance V8 cars and blow them away. Maybe the export models were assembled a bit better. Never had problems with head gasket and no oil leaks but did have electrical problems as it aged but nothing that really mattered. It lasted 20 years till my stepmother had a senior moment and reversed into a tree fast enough to trigger all the airbags!!!!!! As everybody knows the fastest cars in the world are rental cars, office cars and borrowed cars.

    wayne smithwayne smithPrieš mėn
  • I have a 01 caddy....still working. Lies....

    Sha ParkerSha ParkerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I'm looking for another car that's cheap and I can drive to work to keep the Miles off of my dream truck and I thought about getting one of these, now I don't think so. I think I'll try to get a another sts like I used to have with a 3.6 v6...... kinda wish I hadn't traded it in even tho the electronic were starting to act funny.

    mafiadollermafiadollerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Cadillac is careless

    Seville BlazerSeville BlazerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • I remember those being sold in UK, right hand drive with all the correct lights, they were trying to get Cadillac/GM to sell over here, take on jaguar XJS buyer's, you know old buffers from the yacht club who just cept trading in, didn't work no one had heard of them, Cadillac that's Pink with fins, it had a V8 ha ha not at £6\$8 a gallon, they totally bommed. Only people who bought yank tanks bought them, must have cost $$$$ to make them RHD , a waste of time, better off rehashing a SAAB with the caddy badge, oh they did with thy CTS, sold like hot cakes. So we never had any Northstar issue over here. Keep up the good work Hoovie, your American car knowledge is totally valueless over here but great fun.

    Bullet BoyBullet BoyPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • No speekie English GI..but me luv you long time.......LOL

    chad hairechad hairePrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Hahaha that’s too funny! I feel same way about this cars! Great cars but time bomb! Hahaha use too always look at the temp like every hour or stop lights . Lol

    Tool PabonTool PabonPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • My 2003 SLS (60k) was totaled, I want another one but after watching this Im thinking "Nope" If you had to recommend a cadi which would you pick? I really like the SLS with the Landau top and the floor shifter. What year would you buy?

    Doc TylerDoc TylerPrieš 2 mėnesius
  • Hoovie: How much to get this car to run properly? Weezard: Y E S

    James BJames BPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • Meanwhile, they started succeeding again when they went to rear wheel drive, good handling, and better engines. Now, if only they'd just do the above but bring back real names...

    Josiah FlynnJosiah FlynnPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I don't blame the Seville for Cadillac's decline in the 90s. I blame Cadillac and GM for trying to compete with RWD European and Japanese luxury cars with FWD American platforms.

    Josiah FlynnJosiah FlynnPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I think my Rambler has outlasted all of Hoovies purchases

    Les The GreatLes The GreatPrieš 3 mėnesius
  • I bought my wife a beautiful 1999 DeVille used with 33k miles back around 2006. It was one of nicest cars I’ve ever driven in. The head gasket blew at 75k miles. That motor burned oil like a 2 stroke. Worst motor ever put into a luxury car. In summary...great car terrible motor.

    Tony ProiettaTony ProiettaPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • I went to test drive a 1999 Cadillac with a north Star. It has under 24 K miles. It drove very well but just wasn't as good a ride as my 2K MGM. My MGM just feels like a better balanced car. When I looked under the hood I was not comfortable with it they had a check engine light on claimed it needs a plug. Way too much stuff to remove just to get to a plug. I'm going to pass I was attracted by the low mileage but when it break down I hate to deal with the charges . Sticking with my 2KMGM.

    GEAUX FRUGALGEAUX FRUGALPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • I owned a 1995 STS that I bought with 89,000 miles, forest green, with a factory spoiler!! It was my daily driver for 3 years and never had any head gasket problems. However, I did replace the water pump and the transmission at one point. The funny thing about replacing the water pump was that from the factory it is recommended to add coolant sealing pellets whenever you replace a part of the Northstar cooling system. I loved that car and wish I had never sold it. And you are correct, torque steer was atrocious!

    Grace ReedGrace ReedPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • This car wasn't the most unreliable Cadillac, anyone remember the Cimarron? I owned a 93 STS aside from having to replace the starter it was pretty reliable. Bought it with 50,000 miles and drove it to 122,000. Sold it after an accident. As long as the recommended manufactures specs were followed the car was a gem. Most people did not follow the guidelines and these were especially sensitive to a particular coolant, if you didn't use that coolant then over time the engine would essentially become a giant battery.

    Raymond MiddletonRaymond MiddletonPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • Great story of the connection to Sevilles and your grandfather! I have a similar Cadillac connection, with the 1979-85 generation Eldorado and my grandma. In the early 1990's she drove a 1983 Eldorado (until she got a new Cutlass Supreme in 1995, I was 4). I have memory of riding in the Eldorado with her, some of my earliest car memories. On top of that, she worked at Cadillac as an assembly line worker from 1976 (Yes, at the famous Clark Street plant until it closed) until the late 1990s (moving to the Hamtramck plant). So, Cadillacs have been engrained in me from a very early age. I also got to see the Cadillac assembly line with her, but I dont really remember it, being so young. Though it's not an Eldorado, this year I finally did buy a Cadillac, fullfilling a life long dream of mine, a red 2008 DTS. My grandma is still here today, she just turned 80 this year, and she too has a 2008 DTS. The Eldorado is no longer around. It sat an deterioated for over a decade, until it was scapped. However, I do have all of the emblems and hood ornament from it.

    Kyle LoucksKyle LoucksPrieš 4 mėnesius
  • but what about the 1992 audi rs2 that did 0-60 in 4.8

    pepetheheppepepetheheppePrieš 5 mėnesių
  • I'm European. I love BMW and I'm not a American car fan. But there isn't a more confortable car in the world than an old american car. It can top a French or Italian car with no problem. So, I don't get why american carmakers decided to join to herd and change their seats.

    MrFMVSMrFMVSPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • My dad was general manager of Hudson Cadillac and GMC and he got me a job working in the service shop so we would drive to work together every day and would always drive and STS or CTS. My grandmother had an STS that was a little newer than this model in the video and it spent so much time in for repair under warranty claim because of the trunk seals, which ended up causing massive electrical issues...long story short they ended up buying it back and my gram ended up in a CTS; she hated it 😂

    Stephen WhalenStephen WhalenPrieš 5 mėnesių
  • Did you actually evaluate and test EVERY Cadillac in the US to verify the claim you are making about Unreliability?

    Dont CareDont CarePrieš 5 mėnesių
  • I had a 96 Eldorado, a 99 Deville, and an 02 Deville DHS before switching to Lexus. I still miss the heavy luxurious feel you go when you popped the gas tank button and how luxurious those cars wafted over bumps. Lexus is more reliable, but honestly I really miss having a Cadillac.

    Kyle .GaddieKyle .GaddiePrieš 5 mėnesių
  • seatbelts need fixing

    David WillsonDavid WillsonPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • In parts styling similar to 93 Holden Commodore and Statesman here in Australia, not surprisingly.

    David WillsonDavid WillsonPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • The fact that your wife is interested in what you are saying, and supports you buying this Tristar....,Hoovie, your wife has my eternal respect and I already know you two will have nothing but happier times to come

    Layla FarhanLayla FarhanPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • You know, at 55 MPH and 55 feet away, and if you wear sunglasses, you might accidentally be Tanner Foust

    Andrew NelsonAndrew NelsonPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Warranty nightmare back in the day

    Dennis GlodoskiDennis GlodoskiPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • So you’re saying if I want an STS, I should look for a 2005 or newer.

    tacsomstacsomsPrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Can you give me the info on the website were you found your wife she's a very hot mail order good job hoovie

    Vee GeeVee GeePrieš 6 mėnesių
  • Went in a jet boat with a motor from one once... My god the thing could go like it had been shot up the ass! Such a sweet motor! Didn't know they had head gasket problems...

    stelitejetstelitejetPrieš 7 mėnesių
  • Hoovie, since this car is a ticking time bomb I have to know what is the best "lazyboy" fullsize domestic sedan that's cheap from the 90s and early 00s? I am looking for the perfect "lazyboy" luxo car!

    Herbert HalsteadHerbert HalsteadPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • I bought a 99 Deville and had to drive it across the state but when I got it back, That’s when the story ended.

    Tony PessolanoTony PessolanoPrieš 8 mėnesių
  • HOOVIE : THIS ONE TIME GRANDPA TOOK ME FISHING AND I KEPT IT AS A PET WIFE : I BITE HEAD OFF FEED FAMILY HAHAHA

    Mike NeilsonMike NeilsonPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • unfortunately new cadis are much smaller and uncomfortable those were smooth i never owned one been inside and liked it very much like the town car almost

    brs rafalbrs rafalPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Loved this exact STS....got over 200K with the same engine. Most comfortable ride ever.

    Adam LenhoffAdam LenhoffPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • this is a click baity video. I really dont understand the point of it

    Nick912OKNick912OKPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Northstar done right! Like some other GMs with 'shaky start' (Corvair, Fiero comes to mind) the defects can be fixed - but like always once reputation is soiled it is hard to make a comeback :( www.northstarperformance.com/newengines.php

    Bruce SarverBruce SarverPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • I have always loved those early STS models as well. Danged Northstar though. /Saving my pennies for a 1975 Eldorado convertible :-)

    Dave CainDave CainPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Hey hoovie, how is the caddy now? Still holding up? I got a 2002 cadillac deville with 73000 miles its pushing 78000 and still running nice.:)

    thug22thug22Prieš 9 mėnesių
  • You made the big time buddy! www.msn.com/en-us/autos/classic-cars/man-buys-old-cadillac-while-on-vacation-risking-disaster/ar-BBYIry3?ocid=ientp

    Joe NewmarkJoe NewmarkPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • I disagree, Caddy's downfall began when they went FWD around the mid 80's. There was little difference between them and the other GM stablemates, like Buick and Olds

    pedro fernandezpedro fernandezPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • I had a 2001 seville STS . I loved it, leather , power windows, seats , i loved the heated memory seats , Bose sound system . It last up to 170k before i started having engine problems. All the other problems were wear and tear

    M ScottM ScottPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Dude, you’re on the cover of MSN.

    Anthony De CarloAnthony De CarloPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Does anyone realize that this isn't a 93 STS maybe a 2000 or 2002 but definitely not a 93 those cars in 93 didn't have Northstar engines dickwad

    LITEyeerzAheadLITEyeerzAheadPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • This is one of the sexiest Cadillacs ever..so sad they were unreliable.

    Rahul vinal NarayanRahul vinal NarayanPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • 14:00 😯 overpaid

    DrE38DrE38Prieš 9 mėnesių
  • The dashboard design was a direct steal from Audi. A big problem with cars this old is that the door gaskets shrink and they get loud and leaky. But NOS ones are probably available and will be a big improvement for not that much money and a lot of simple labor.

    emjayayemjayayPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • Damn, you'd think there'd be a DIY fix for that headgasket issue by now

    theknifesongtheknifesongPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • I had a Cadillac like this but I took it back to the dealership because of a coolant leak it was leaking antifreeze it was an evergreen color and had a Michigan University Magnet on it it probably wasnt this make OR Model though but resembles it

    Terrence Warren-Glover SR.Terrence Warren-Glover SR.Prieš 9 mėnesių
  • A friend of mine had one of these in high school (it was 10 years old then) and it had the most comfortable seats my butt has ever touched

    mynineridesshotgunmynineridesshotgunPrieš 9 mėnesių
  • kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/d/kansas-city-1985-cadillac-seville/7026626623.html next

    JD EnkeJD EnkePrieš 10 mėnesių
  • Fist of the Northstar

    DoomLegion83DoomLegion83Prieš 10 mėnesių
  • Northstar. When it runs right, smooth tractable, great power all through the rev range and decent fuel mileage. When the early ones crap out from the head bolts its a nightmare. But the engine design itself provided satisfying power. A wee bit more engineering and this motor could've been a legend in a positive way. I've owned a bunch in the past.

    John ZitoJohn ZitoPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • I owned a 1995 Cadillac STS in black. That car was so fun to drive. I got 160,000 miles out of it before it died. Still wish I had that car.

    Brad FosterBrad FosterPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • That story was sweet. That's why I have a connection to Chevy Cavaliers. My dad had one he turned into a race car when I was a kid. Around 2004 or so, I remember we hit a financial crisis in Michigan and had to move to Missouri, and that was when his race car dreams died. We couldn't do it anymore. Now I've had a Mustang, a Grand Cherokee, and a Sonoma...but that Cavalier was my curiosity since I first acquired my license. I never got to drive the cavalier (its pretty much dead, key has been lost for over a decade now), and I recently found a Cavalier for 650...runs and drives, low miles...needs a power steering hose and exhaust leak fixed. That is the last car my dad had, and I think his 2013 Ford F-150 is his coffin car. But that Cavalier gave me dreams of being a race car driver as a kid...I don't know exactly why I love that thing but I do.

    9901 Watch Dog9901 Watch DogPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • Yeah, but the starter is in the middle of the engine now and difficult to change.

    jonndajonndaPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • what the fuck is wrong with those seat belts???

    ErikErikPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • Let's make a German luxury car rival...and let's make it front wheel drive!

    Throw money at meThrow money at mePrieš 10 mėnesių
  • this so easily could've been the car to start the defeat of the german brands, and they threw it down the drain with an unreliable but advanced engine. disappointing

    JowoJowoPrieš 10 mėnesių
  • I always liked this generation of STS...nice riding chassis.

    Ted MalleyTed MalleyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • The wife needs to be in your channel a lot more.

    AustrianAnarchyAustrianAnarchyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • jacksonville.craigslist.org/bar/d/jacksonville-cadillac-deville/7017107120.html Here's another low mileage caddilac if you're feeling froggy. Florida car as well lol

    Nicholas GadsbyNicholas GadsbyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Dude, my story is almost the same tho- I currently own a 1999 STS and it belonged to my grandpa before he was diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer in 2016. He just passed away hardly a week ago. So i definitely can't help but have a bit of an attachment to this car. Its runs and drives very well, and is sitting at 171k mileage. Only issue I had with it is that the water pump was going out in July-Luckily it never overheated, but I was hearing a horrible grinding noise while idling, took it into the shop, and my mechanic told me the water pump was completely fucked, and that Im lucky that it didnt overheat. Got it fixed for a decent price, due to the easy accessibility of the pump on these cars, and it's been great since. Im just crossing my fingers that she doesn't blow her head gasket. I'd be pretty sad if this car died.

    KingBowser24KingBowser24Prieš 11 mėnesių
  • I love my 1995 Cadillac Seville SLS with all my heart but if it goes I’ll look for it’s competition 1995-2002 Lincoln Continental with the 32V InTech V8

    Silvio ColellaSilvio ColellaPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Voodoo magic headgasket in a can works pretty good on northstar motors if you dont cook it from the git. Ya ya ya but hey i got other shit to do besides my gettocruiser like cars that are worth money

    Dana JordanDana JordanPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • I always heard that the Dex-Cool coolant not being properly changed or maintained would corrode the head bolts. Not true?

    Daniel KnepperDaniel KnepperPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • So after 05 i dare buy a northstar?

    loranga japploranga jappPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Destin is more laid back but I like the nightlife of PCB

    2strokeFORever2strokeFOReverPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • The nice part about driving a long distance in Florida with a car that can blow up at any moment is that once you get past the cities, there's a whole lot of nothing in terms of aid.

    Kaufman EntertainmentKaufman EntertainmentPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • We’ll need an update when the head gasket blows.

    94q45t94q45tPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • I live in Ireland, and to me a Cadillac the older ones always was the icon so to speak of America, I don't think they should have made them anyway European because America and big Cadillacs was what it was all about, for me anyway. Well I definitely agree with the abs and the double overhead cam I'm talking about the Look

    Jason WadeJason WadePrieš 11 mėnesių
  • What if you installed a colder thermostat? It’s only a 10$ part.. maybe even an electric fan

    Swpa 87Swpa 87Prieš 11 mėnesių
  • My 99s Seville I've been almost 10 years. With over 280.000km run. I drove 180.000km with it myself. And in Germany where you like to drive over 200kmh So far only minor things had to be repaired, only the cylinder head gasket was an expensive affair. Already had so many cars German and American, but none was as good as the Seville!

    Xaroc TVXaroc TVPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Such a beautiful couple

    Nas ENas EPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • i have a broken 92' the engine is and head gasket is still fine tho just a lot of other minor problems. if anyone wants it im selling it on auto trader

    wewe ppwewe ppPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Looks like it was in an accident and the seat belts were never replaced. Normally it's just the driver side, but hardly both of them.

    WhereverHugoWhereverHugoPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Cool story, I share a very similar story with my Grandpa's Cadillac, only his was a 1999 Sedan DeVille. One particular trip with my Grandpa at the wheel, my Mom, Sister, Grandma and I were just leaving Denver, climbing west up a long hill in the late July summer heat, when all of a sudden the car lost power and began to ding frantically. He looked down and saw the engine was overheated and gauge displayed 240F. I was 15 at the time and was sitting in the front seat watching the smoke rolling out the cowl behind the hood. We pulled over and what felt like 5 minutes had passed, a nice guy in a ram 2500 (this was 12 years ago, I remember important details) stopped and offered to go to walmart to bring back some water. We were 1000 miles from home and knowing what the fate of the northstar is now, it was looking like our trip had just gone horribly wrong. Let me tell you, ignorance is bliss. He let it cool down, topped off the coolant and continued about 1500 miles to complete our summer vacation. My Grandpa had the car until 2010 when he purchased a brand new DTS to replace the DeVille that had almost 250k miles on the original coolant pump, starter, head gaskets, alternator, you name it. When I read how problematic these engines were as I grew older, I couldn't believe it, because he must've had the best one in the world!

    manbowv8manbowv8Prieš 11 mėnesių
    • Edit: I do remember the sending unit in the fuel tank went bad, so he would reset the trip and fill every 300 miles, but as far as I know, it was mechanically very reliable over its entire life.

      manbowv8manbowv8Prieš 11 mėnesių
  • Straight pipe that beast

    Will The TrillWill The TrillPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • it was the northstar that was the death of cadillac

    Bryant MatthewsBryant MatthewsPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • N* are a joke, had a '02 sts and blew heads in under 10k (purchased with 60k). I'll take the 4.9 in the '94-'95 Devilles or the LT1 in the '94-'96 Fleetwoods over N* any day. Cadillac has killed their brand, I love the old boats and Ldogs but '96 was the beginning of the end, quit making Fleetwoods to make space for SUV and started putting N* in all Devilles.

    Guess WhoGuess WhoPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Beautiful design, garbage engineering. Murican cars are garbage

    bobby ray of the family smithbobby ray of the family smithPrieš 11 mėnesių
    • Uh, modern cadillacs are far from garbage..

      Nick MotsarskyNick MotsarskyPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • My grandparents had 1995, 1998, 2000, 2003 and 2005 Cadillac STS’s and then they got a 2007 DTS, 2011 CTS Coupe and 2015 ATS. My grandma has passed and my grandpa gave up his licence, but their Cadillac dealership loved them for a long time!

    Barobran92Barobran92Prieš 11 mėnesių
    • @Kenneth M. Sullivan No, they were all traded in for each other and my Grandpa sold the ATS back to the dealership when he decided to stop driving.

      Barobran92Barobran92Prieš 11 mėnesių
    • Did you inherit any of those vehicles?

      Kenneth M. SullivanKenneth M. SullivanPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Your wife is hot

    Sergeant ScumbagSergeant ScumbagPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Slap an lq9 in it call it a day

    Sergeant ScumbagSergeant ScumbagPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Time, saying "everything that was wrong, venal, lazy, and mendacious about GM in the 1980s was crystallized in this flagrant insult to the good name and fine customers of Cadillac."[15] He added that the Cimarron "nearly killed Cadillac and remains its biggest shame."

    uziel gutzuziel gutzPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • GM f-up when they started taking cavaliers and rebadging them into cadillacs😒dodo

    uziel gutzuziel gutzPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • I have a weird attachment to 90s gm cars as well. My story is much like yours and my grandfather had a 1993 park avenue. Sort of like the one you had. I'll buy one one day just for the memories.

    Joe PellishJoe PellishPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • I have a 1988 Cadillac Brougham Looking for a new home 45K original miles on it. Original Owner kept in a garage Blue on Blue. If anyone is interested let me know. The car is in New Jersey.

    Averom BlackAverom BlackPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • I had a 2003 Seville It blew up on me driving home in a blizzard My wife had to come get me in the storm, Never bought a new Cadillac again

    The WatcherThe WatcherPrieš 11 mėnesių
  • Hottie alert 11:13 😆

    Bryan EBryan EPrieš metus
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