January 16, 2020
When this 1989 Cadillac Eldorado was new, GM’s luxury division sold more different models than you could shake a stick at: Allanté, Seville, Eldorado, de Ville, Fleetwood, Fleetwood Sixty Special, and Fleetwood Brougham. And of course a couple of stretch limousines. The price leader Chevy Cavalier-based Cimarron had been ditched for 1989, and it’s doubted that many even noticed. The Seville and Eldorado were mere shadows of their former pre-1986 selves, but were still very smart-looking, luxurious automobiles. As you’d expect from this era, interiors were living room-like — or maybe similar to your favorite old leather-clad tavern booth (see below). We came across this Beechwood color Eldo — thankfully without a padded top — a few years ago in Tonawanda.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
Got a RealRide you'd like to see featured here? Drop us a line at RealRidesofWNY@gmail.com
The post “RealRides of WNY” appeared first on Buffalo Cars