1992 Cadillac Brougham
Originally used for a single horse drawn enclosed carriage for 2-4 people, the “Brougham” owes its name to British statesman, Henry Brougham. Cadillac first used the name in 1916 to designate an enclosed 5-7 passenger sedan body style.
There is nothing better than getting into a “phat” Caddy and taking it out for a cruise down Main Street. Even with all the high-end European competition available today, the name Cadillac still is associated with wealth and power. With this classic, the last year of the Brougham, one can pile all their friends in, head out on a road trip, and you'll be travelin' and stylin' all at the same time!
From the massive front V styled chromed grille, to the squared off early 90's design mantra of square and rectangle (ie headlights, bumpers, steel panels, roofline, trunkline, and vertical taillights) this car shows in fair to good condition. Painted in white, some panels are a slightly out of perfect alignment, but the car shows a mostly rust-free exterior. Chrome and brite work are in good condition. A stainless molding wraps around the car just above the rocker, which shows some scuffing and marks on it. The padded white vinyl top is in good condition with no tears or scuffs. Wire wheel covers are all around and are wrapped by thin white side walls.
Swing open the massive front door, and you are met with dark blue padded leather, wood veneer and plenty of toggles and controls to drive all the mechanicals of this Brougham. Large leather covered seats in front and in back afford plenty of room to seat 6 adults comfortably. Between the front bench is a large console that doubles as a storage area and arm rest. Peering forward to the dash you will encounter a large amount of board feet of veneer with blue vinyl padding intertwined. A digital instrument panel works well, as does the electronic climate control, power windows, power locks, and cruise control.
A 305ci V8 is under a massive hood, and very nice original engine bay. Attached is a 4L60 automatic transmission.
Surface rust typical of this era car is present, and a few areas of corrosion are noted. Overall a sturdy stable underside environment with nice floorpans and clean frame.
Early 90's design, and when folks would show status by the inch, this nice condition Caddy is ready for a road trip. A definite driver, it is here in the halls of Classic Auto Mall and awaiting its prince and queen to drive it onto the sunset.