1991 Cadillac Deville Yellow On Yellow 82k 1 Time Listing on 2040-cars
Harrison, New York, United States
1991 Cadillac DeVille Yellow on Yellow 82,600 miles.ONE TIME LISTING registration ends in October and if no one saves it, it's going to the big junkyard in the sky. If interested and would like to make offer, E-Mail Me. Car still drives and rides very nice, no rattles at all. I got this car 4 years ago, with about 64,000 miles. Did a complete tune-up at that time. Plugs, wires, fuel filter, cap and rotor. And replaced all 8 fuel injectors. About a year and a half later, a piece of water pump gasket blew out. Put a new water pump in. And about a year later same problem. Replaced the gasket but stripped a few bolts on the upper left side of pump. I put stop leak in, and it works most of the time, occasionally it leaks. I recently took the thermostat out, and it has not leaked since then. Anti-lock brakes do not work, but the brakes work fine without anti lock. There are 2 cracks on the passenger side front fender, it is a plastic fender. The car still looks pretty good. The roof and trunk lid you can see cracking of paint. Last 2 pictures are of trunk lid and pillar behind rear seat. The hood and front fenders might have been repainted, I do not see any cracking on that paint. The interior is still very nice, some cracking in the leather, no rips or tears. The armrest on driver door has some cracks in the vinyl, shown with picture. The button covers on the rear power window buttons are missing. All power windows work good. The headliner is sagging. I tried converting the A/C to R-134 it lasted a couple of days, and does not work now. The Power Antenna is stuck in up position, and the radio is on the way out, only front speakers working, and they crackle occasionally. The trunk seems to always have condensation on the inside of trunk lid, and smells a little moldy. Any questions or requests for more pictures, feel free to ask.
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We don't want to ruin the fun for you, but it is an interesting article that tells just some of what GM does to develop its sports cars. Check out the full article over at Car and Driver for the rest of the story.
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