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NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

1984 Cadillac Full Line Promo video

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I'd be happy w/ the Eldorado convertible, Coupe de Ville and Fleetwood Brougham sedan.

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Eldorado Biarritz coupe is the one to have. They were reaching with the Cimarron. They were also trying a little too hard with the white lettered tires on the Eldorado Touring Coupe.

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I love it all, it is Caddy History, while not their best, it would still be fun to have them. :P

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I do like that Eldorado Touring Coupe, but I'd want it with meaty blackwalls and a 368/425/472/500 cid Cadillac V8.

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I do like that Eldorado Touring Coupe, but I'd want it with meaty blackwalls and a 368/425/472/500 cid Cadillac V8.

That generation of Eldorado already had balance issues (as does my Toronado) and you want to put a 500 CID V8 under the hood?!

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Yup. Those FWD E-Bodies were nose-heavy cars from the git-go back in '66, with the engine sitting out in front of the transaxle.

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This time period 82-85 always pained me growing up as a kid that was fascinated in cars. It was always puzzling why a more expensive, larger Cadillac Deville/Fleetwood had a smaller less powerful V8 engine than all the other full sizers such as the Caprice, Delta/98, LeSabre/park Ave etc. Why Cadillac didn't just use the Olds 307 but with it's DFI system in place of the carburetor like they did in the 75-79 Seville with the Olds 350. That change alone on the full size C-body and E-body cars for this time period would have drastically changed Cadillac's reputation compared to the terrible under powered HT4100 mess.

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