Power, luxury, and size - this 1992 Cadillac Brougham represents a
young classic that also exemplifies a bygone era of large
V8-powered rear-wheel-drive Caddys that are loaded with
This one showcases its premium appearance at the first glance.
Light Blue paint appears to be the original factory application,
and it has a nice metallic to give this a silvery undertone that
goes with the silver lower section. Cadillac fans know that no
Brougham of this era is complete without a full vinyl roof, and the
coordinating light blue adds to the sophisticated undertone. You
may find a few areas that you would target for improvement, and the
value price certainly leaves room in your budget. But we really
like it when a well-respected Caddys also shows its originality.
Plus, you'll love the details, like how the blue pinstripe looks
distinct while harmonizing with the rest of the car's color. And
there's a delicate trim line that highlights the crease of the hood
as it runs down profile through the door line. Fans of classic
Cadillacs know 1992 was an important year. It was the final year
for the Brougham, and we really never again had another big Caddy
that offered the classic chrome bumpers and a hint of tailfin. It
makes for one of the most distinctive boulevard cruisers around.
And as it's about to cross the 30-year threshold, you're going to
find one of the youngest examples around that will soon qualify for
collector car plates in many new areas.
There are acres of interior space so family and friends can spread
out. There's plenty of soft blue leather and wood applique, which
gives this the feeling of an aerostatic sitting room. There's
seating for up to six, but the driver is always king. With a
fold-down armrest and a power adjusting seat, it's easy to get
comfortable in this Caddy. And the optional digital dash is a very
cool way to bridge the gap of the youngest of the old-school
Cadillac cruisers. Plus, it's loaded with all the right features,
including power windows, power locks, a tilt steering column, and
cruise control. There are provisions for the factory stereo and
automatic climate control, and they will just need servicing to
fully function again. The trunk has enough room for you to have a
month-long getaway that includes the golf clubs. And of course, it
closes with Cadillac's famously easy electric latch.
Another reason you'll love getting a later version of the
square-bodied full-size Cadillacs is because the 5.7-liter V8 was
upgraded to fuel injection. Not only is this the larger optional
motor, but it also has been given good servicing. This includes a
new fuel pump, ignition control module, distributor pickup coil,
and battery. It's a low ownership car where we have documentation
to believe that the odometer reflects the full actual mileage
(averaging only about 1,800 miles annually.) It makes for a
preserved and maintained car that fires up nicely, and it has the
kind of quiet operation that keeps in good standing with the
neighbors. It's a sedan for the open road thanks to a four-speed
automatic transmission with a highway-ready overdrive, and the
suspension is set up for easy cruising with thick sway bars at each
end. Plus, the power steering, power brakes, and front discs are
all part of an easy driving package.
This is the last of the true classic Caddys. So if you appreciate
vintage luxury cruising, you know how important this Brougham is.