These bustleback Sevilles actually look pretty good with those turbine wheels on them.
I can't imagine anything good related to the word bustleback, except for plenty to chuckle about including a 135hp V8.
Yeah, aesthetically they look good depending on the color combo+wheels, but mechanically, there's that. Wasn't said 135 HP V8also a diesel?
The dopes at GM replaced the classy, understated '75-79 Seville with this overwrought neoclassic POS. Add the standard Olds diesel in '80, V8-6-4 in'81, and the HT4100 boat anchor in '82, and you've killed Cadillac sales for the next two decades.
I remember when this car came out in 1980 It was either that year or 1981 I had noticed some teacher in my elementary school had this same type of car and it really stood out Looking back then I think this car did make a statement
i really wonder how the owners driving these things regard them in 2013.those split-level homes and gravel parking strips are distinctly and unmistakeably "seattle suburb" to me.
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