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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 - 1989 Eldorado

Came across this 1989 Cadillac Eldoradoa few weeks ago while bicycling through Kenmore. This was from (according to Wikipedia) the Eldo’s 11thgeneration, but they consider the first-gen to be the 1953 limited-production convertible, and the 2ndthrough 7thgeneration cars to be the higher-end coupes and convertibles which sat above the DeVilles in the Cadillac hierarchy. The first front-drive

RealRides of WNY - 1997 Buick Riviera

I think it’s safe to say that this supercharged 1997 Buick Rivierais from the Love It or Hate Itschool of car design. First introduced for model year 1963, the original Riv is thought of by many as one of the nicest car designs offered for sale. By anyone. After a series of redesigns and downsizings, Buick’s luxury coupe went on a one-year hiatus after the 1993 model year. It returned

RealRides of WNY- 1967 Cadillac Eldorado

I’m not sure if this 1987 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldoradois missing a few trim bits, or has been mildly customized — besides the lack of badges, the gas door also seems to be gone from its spot on the trunklid just above the license plate (see photo at right). Either way, it’s a pretty clean look. The ’67 Eldo came along a year after Oldsmobile’s ground-breaking Toronado,