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NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

Three generations of Cadillac Eldorado

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I like the '79-85 generation. I used to like the '71-78 gen also, tho always from afar.

My buddy had a '75 convertible for a short while, I found little appeal to it (even over looking the roached-out condition of his car).

The last gen is a bit antiseptic for me, too.

 

The name is magical, but the post '70s… I dunno. Maybe I need to spend more time around them.

Then again, avoiding the '70s & 80s vehicles has been a good policy up to now…. ;) 

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No matter the car, I always enjoy seeing different generations of the same nameplate.  Always cool to see the evolution of certain design elements, etc.

 

 

Cort :) www.oldcarsstronghearts.com

1979 & 1989 Caprice Classics | pigValve, paceMaker, cowValve
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