What price Broughaminess? How about three grand, give or take.
That’s the ask for this rather nice example of the 1989-1993 Cadillac Fleetwood/Sixty Special. Originally deemed Fleetwood, with a “Sixty Special” option that added excellent, 22-way power seats designed by none other than Giorgetto Giugiaro.
And so the model names remained until 1993, when the 1977-style RWD Brougham (though it had new sheetmetal in ’80 and a facelift in ’90, it was still a very ’70s land yacht visually) was finally redesigned and renamed Fleetwood (with a “Brougham” option of course). So for one year only, the FWD ex-Fleetwood became the Sixty Special.
And this is what we have here. These cars are mocked by the usual suspects online, but I always liked them. Our neighbors traded in their 1987-88 Ninety-Eight Regency Brougham for an Academy Gray ’91 Sedan de Ville with dove gray leather, and I always liked that car.
According to my Cadillac compadre Jayson Coombes, the color is Slate Bronze, a ’93-only color. Anyway, if one is so inclined, it’s currently on FB Marketplace here. I drove many of these over the years, and always enjoyed them. Good power from the 4.9 V8, amazing glass area, and impressive room inside. If I had the space, I’d be very interested.