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US $7,000.00
Year:1991 Mileage:150000 Color: White /

Body Type:Sedan
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: 1g6dw5179mr723956 Year: 1991
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Cadillac
Model: Fleetwood
Trim: Brougham
Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats
Mileage: 150,000
Power Options: Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sub Model: Brougham
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Red
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Condition: UsedSeller Notes:"Exceptional"

Relisted due to Saudi Arabia non responding buyer. Will not accept offers from low feedback buyers or buyers who do not phone. Will not respond to emails call only.

First, this car has the very rare 5.7 350, the same Chevrolet motor used in all their trucks and car. They only put these motors in the Broughams, and only in the last few years they made them.

Second, this car has never been detailed, inside or out. It just never got dirty and the paint is amazing. I could just only imagine how it would be with a detail, although not needed. The vinyl top doesn't have a mark on it.. Has just over 150000ks or 90000 miles. 

This car really is like a new car. Will ship to Seattle Washington for $500 or Portland Oregon for $600

David (250) 558 1483 250 308 7538

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Cadillac expects major growth in China

Thu, 25 Sep 2014 09:44:00 EST

The US sales issues facing Cadillac are not being paralleled in the People's Republic of China, as a new report from Automotive News indicates the US luxury maker should see its sales increase by as much as 40 percent.
The report cites Cadillac's own forecasts, which put its 2014 sales in the PRC at 70,000 units after cresting 45,000 vehicles at the end of August. Provided the sales pace holds true through 2015, the brand would hit its new 100,000-unit sales goal, AN reports.
"We're very optimistic about the luxury market, we believe that the luxury market by 2016 here will become the largest luxury market in the world, surpassing even the size of luxury in Europe," GM China President Matthew Tsien told AN. "With [Cadillac president] Johan [de Nysschen], we have somebody that really is an executive that understands luxury, but he also is very, very keen on understanding what do we need here in China for Cadillac to be successful."

Cadillac to move select offices from Detroit to Manhattan?

Fri, 22 Aug 2014 17:45:00 EST

Under Johan de Nysschen, Infiniti moved its headquarters from Yokohama, Japan, to Hong Kong. Now at Cadillac, it appears the company's new president could be planning a relocation of at least some of the brand's operations from Detroit to Manhattan, according to a new report from Reuters.
In the case of Infiniti, de Nysschen pushed for the move because moving away from the brand's Nissan overlords would allow it a bit more freedom. It's evidently a similar case for Cadillac, with Reuters speculating that such a move would help distance the brand from the corporate culture in Detroit. A Big Apple move could also attract new talent that may have considered a job with the brand but were put off by the idea of living in Detroit.
It's important to note that if such a move takes place, it likely won't affect the folks actually responsible for developing the brand's vehicles. Instead, administrative functions, including marketing, could be the focus of the relocation.

Cadillac still planning for big things in China

Sat, 20 Apr 2013 16:01:00 EST

Despite some hiccups, China remains the auto industry's great hope for new vehicle sales, with significant sales gains and a huge upside. Nowhere is that hope more fervent than at General Motors, which offers eight different marques in the Asian nation. China has been GM's single biggest market the last three years running, and is unlikely to give up that title anytime soon. Yet its premiere brand, Cadillac, has remained essentially stagnant, selling just 30,000 units in China last year. That's in a segment where sales of luxury vehicles has outpaced that of the larger Chinese market. So what gives?
According to Cadillac officials Autoblog spoke with in China this week at the Shanghai Motor Show, it's been a problem of product - they haven't had the right ones. Displacement taxation issues, import tariffs and currency fluctuations have all conspired to make the brand's products less appealing than they might otherwise have been. But GM is stepping on the gas with Cadillac, and executives are eyeballing 100,000 sales by 2016 - more than triple the Wreath and Crest's current volume. And the expectations for the brand only get more ambitious from there - they're shooting for 10 percent of the luxury market by 2020. Bob Socia, President of GM China, promises that there will be a new Caddy launched in the market each year from now through 2016 and most will be built in China. Characterizing the company's efforts to revive the brand's fortunes as a "relaunch" of sorts, Cadillac also figures to gain dealers as GM expands its sales outlet footprint westward.
New products like a made-in-China XTS sedan (with a market-specific 2.0-liter four-cylinder to avoid heavy displacement taxes) will help, and Socia hinted that the ATS sport sedan could be next in line for in-country production. The SRX crossover - currently the brand's best-selling model in China - will also likely get a long look for future local production when the next-generation model is introduced. In the meantime, Cadillac unveiled the Escalade ESV Hybrid (shown above) as its latest model addition to capitalize on the market's white-hot luxury SUV segment.