Results for: KEYSER CADILLAC

RealRides of WNY - c1995 Eldorado

This white-on-white Cadillac Eldoradois from the marque’s 12thand final (so far) generation. The American luxury brand’s first front-wheel-drive car began production for MY 1967, one year after Oldsmobile’s Toronado debuted. The twelfth-gen Eldo was sold from 1992-2002; before it arrived the nameplate had gone through many changes in size over the decades. Beginning with the tent

RealRides of WNY - 1985 Eldorado

Coming across this 1985 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritzeight years ago at the WNY Cadillac & LaSalle owners club show at Keyser Cadillac in Williamsvillereminded me of the 14,000 people who bought a new 1976 Eldorado droptop thinking it would be the last American-made convertible… ever (bottom photo).Especially those who shelled out extra for one of 2,000 all-white versions which, according

RealRides of WNY - 1961 Cadillac

There were two versions of the 1961 Cadillac Series Sixty-Twosix-window sedan: the “regular” edition, and one called the “short deck” model which had — surprise, surprise — a shorterrear deck area, resulting in a shorter overall length. Although they didn’t get into specifics in the ’61 brochure, the nearly identical 1962 model was dubbed the Sedan D

RealRides of WNY - 1950 Cadillac

I’m going to assume here (I know, I know!) that the exterior sun visor has been on this 1950 Cadillac Series Sixty-Onesedan for a while now. Why? The sticker in the right corner of the windshield seems to indicate that this RealRidemade the border crossing from the Tucson, Arizona area to Sonoyta, in the Mexican state of Sonora, back in April of 1966. Historically, Arizona is hot and sunny a

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Cadillac

The brochure told us this 1964 Cadillacwas a member of “The Youthful Sixty-TwoSeries.”I’m not sure what made the Sixty-Two more youthful than say, “The Brilliant DeVille Series,”or “The Impeccable Fleetwood Series,”but hey, what do I know? We’re only guessing that this coupe, seen last summer at the WNY Cadillac & LaSalle owners club show at Keys

RealRides of WNY - Town & Country, c1977

Spotted this Chrysler Town & Country, c1977, pulling out of a Williamsvilleparking lot a few weeks ago. This was a b-i-gstation wagon! Actually, Chrysler told us in their advertising that it was “…really more than a wagon. It (was) an ultimate expression of luxury motoring.”With 102.4 cubic feet of cargo space, the T&C was capable of doing something that most of today&rs

RealRides of WNY - 1972 Sedan DeVille

To show you just how things have changed since this1972 Cadillac Sedan DeVillewas new, if you were so inclined you could equip it with power door locks at extra cost. Today all but the cheapest of the cheap cars come standard with power windows, locks, and outside mirrors. Of course, today’s cheapest of the cheap do notcome with Majesty Clothor Medley Clothinteriors — at any price! Thi

RealRides of WNY - 1976 Pontiac Bonneville

You might not think so to look at it, but this 1976 Pontiac Bonnevillehas been described as “…a great road car.”(Full disclosure: it was Pontiac who described it that way.) That, IMO, is open to wide interpretation. Yes, you candrive it on the road, Lol. But when thinking of great road cars of the mid-1970s, my mind wanders more towards BMW’s 2002, Volkswagen’s Sciro

THE CADILLAC OF CAR SHOWS … 28th Annual Cadillac-LaSalle Show

THE CADILLAC OF CAR SHOWS… 28th Annual Cadillac-LaSalle Show by Jim Corbran You’re forgiven if you don’t know what a LaSalle is. Back in 1927, when General Motors president Alfred Sloan was trying his darnedest to offer a car for every size American pocketbook, he introduced the LaSalle, a lower-priced companion to GM’s flagship Cadillac luxury brand (I assume if you&rsqu

RealRides of WNY - 1959 Cadillac

This 1959 Cadillac Sixty-Two is owned by RealRides reader Anthony Frandina of Derby. (The photo at the right was taken at last summer's WNY Cadillac & LaSalle Club's show at Keyser Cadillac in Williamsville.) If there was such a thing an as entry-level Cadillac in 1959, it was the series Sixty-Two, which was available as a two-door hardtop, convertible, and two different four-door hardtops: a