China Bonus: 1993 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham.

June 18, 2011

6 comments


6 comments:

ben said...

At 225 inches overall, these were the longest production car ever made in the United States.

I would love to be able to see yearly snapshots into the owners mind, from when they first considered importing it up until now, and also then ask them what they think about the car today.

Brenda's Arizona said...

I just don't picture a boat like this in China! I, too, wonder what the owners were thinking, and what they thought afterward. Does a Cadillac 'stand out' in China?

Mikael said...

The question is not what the Chinese were thinking - the question is what were the Americans thinking...

tony said...

that is a lot of chrome, all entirely unnecessary.

in particular, i love the corrosion beneath the side-view window.

... think it was a coincidence that the crown and the caddy were both parked up on that curb together?

ben said...

I can't imagine it was coincidence, and I really had to fight the urge to title the post something along the lines of "beached whales in China". But I found out that while the Crown is much bigger than most cars in China, it's 3600lb weight is really in a different class than the Caddy's 4500lb.

Anonymous said...

This is one of the best cadillac s ever made so that's what america was thinking asshole