So if you've got eight friends who like to cruise in style, perhaps this 1992 Cadillac 6-door limousine is for you. And if you like to arrive like an A-list celebrity, there aren't many better ways to do it than in a long, black Cadillac limo, especially for a bargain price like this!
To be honest, most limousines live pretty easy lives. With professional drivers, a high standard of maintenance care for their high-visibility job, and typically sedate driving needs, they're safe bets. This one certainly shows well, with great-looking factory black paint with a silver lower body that was unique to the last-year Broughams. Cadillac quality is evident throughout, and with a sticker price that trumped anything in civilian Cadillac showrooms in 1992, you can expect it to look good. Showing just over 54,000 original miles, the black paint is glossy, the padded roof looks good, and all the chrome (there's quite a bit on this big sedan) shines brightly. The center door is a unique piece that combines the skin of the front door with a pair of windows that give it a nicely finished look. A simple pinstripe emphasizes the car's impressive overall length, and the black paint definitely gives it a formal, important look.
The six-door body style is the practical member of the limousine family, with three rows of bench seats that allow high-class transportation without the need for anyone to face the trunk. The front seat is pure Brougham, and if you've ever piloted the last of the big luxury sedans, you'll feel right at home here. Since this car was intended to work for a living, some forward-thinking mechanic installed a column-mounted tach (complete with Cadillac wreath and crest) as well as a trio of auxiliary gauges neatly disguised as a satchel on the top of the dash. The gray leather seats in all three rows remain in very good condition with none of the wear you'd expect, and all the power windows work properly. If you're going to press it into service, you'll also be relieved that the trunk will swallow all 9 passengers' luggage with ease.
By 1992, Cadillac had finally upgraded the Brougham to a torquey 350 cubic inch V8, a big step up from the 5.0 liter Olds engine. The same engine that saw duty in police cruisers and taxi cabs for decades delivers decent performance here and unbeatable reliability. Thanks to its easy life, it starts quickly and idles almost silently, and pulls the 6-door sedan around without complaint. It's extremely clean under the hood, thanks professional care all its life, and the upgraded suspension handles the added weight and passengers without complaint and without disturbing the traditional big luxury car ride. Upgraded heavy-duty 15-inch wheels wear 235/75/15 whitewall radials for a traditional look and topped by chrome hubcaps.
Perfect for starting your own service fleet or just cruising around and attracting attention, you just can't beat a black Cadillac limo. Call today!
This vehicle is located in our Charlotte, NC showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.