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For Sale: 1991 Cadillac Brougham in Ft Worth, Texas

Vehicle Description

The last of the true American rear-wheel-drive land-yacht cruisers, this 1991 Cadillac Brougham provides a ride like nothing you've ever driven before. If you're already a fan, I don't have to tell you about the almost unbelievable feeling of isolation inside, and if you're looking for your first hobby car, this might be a great choice, because there will never be anything like it again.

This car definitely doesn't look its age, still wearing its original White finish (for the most part, as there are a couple touch-up spots like you'd find on just about any car over 10 years old, let alone 32 years) with a matching off-white padded vinyl roof (called the Premier Formal Vinyl Roof), this is the ideal car to drive in the warm, sunny South, which is coincidentally where this beauty has spent its entire life. That's right, this Caddy has never left Texas and has been in the care of the same family since new, and thanks to that great care through the decades it still looks very elegant today. This long Cadillac sedan stretches nearly 19 feet, making it one of the longest cars in production in 1991, just in case size indeed matters. The '90-'92 Broughams are considered the prettiest of the bunch and were purposely upgraded to rival the radically redesigned Lincoln Town Car, with a facelift that included 'Euro-style' composite headlights bookending the vertical-slat grille, flush bumper moldings, new lower body moldings, and contemporary taillamp lenses. All four doors fit well (they used extra seals on the Brougham to ensure silence inside), the driver-quality survivor paint still has a nice, warm shine, and the chrome shines up really well against the white backdrop. There are no winters in this car's history, so rust is a non-issue, and despite the fact that the design technically dates back to the late-70s, it has aged quite gracefully and still looks like money today. The padded roof shows almost no discoloration, no tears, and definitely no rust underneath, and the urethane bumper fillers are in great shape, which is a frequent issue with cars like this.

Cadillac's top-of-the-line looks the part with a sumptuous burgundy cloth interior. The seats are still supportive and supple, the perfect place to eat up hundreds of miles in relaxed comfort. Every available power accessory was standard equipment, including dual power seats, power windows, power locks, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and automatic climate control (needs service). The matching carpets are in great shape as well, and thanks to matching floor mats, they should last forever, while the door panels at the flanks show incredibly well. High-end woodgrain trim on those clean door panels matches what's found on the expansive dash, and the addition of that burled-walnut style trim looks makes this Caddy practically look like a Rolls Royce inside. The headliner is taut, and the back seat offers accommodations that you might only find in a limousine these days, with stretch-out legroom that could probably qualify for its own zip code. The original AM/FM/cassette stereo sounds great in the hushed cabin, and it comes backlit by the same colors found in the digital instrument cluster, while the massive trunk includes its original mats, space-saver spare, and jack assembly.

The engine is a fuel-injected 305 cubic inch V8 (aka the 5.0L V8), not from Cadillac but Chevrolet. Reliable, unobtrusive, torque, and smooth, it's the ideal powerplant for a luxury cruiser like this. No, it won't win you any drag races, but it loafs along at 80 MPH without a sound intruding into the cabin, and you just know this car was designed for guys in Texas who like to haul across the desert at 100 MPH. It's nicely maintained, and it's just getting started, as these cars are known to run for more than 200,000 miles without needing much more than oil changes. It has been regularly serviced throughout the years, and because 1-family has owned it since new, you know it's had the best of care from the beginning. A 4-speed automatic transmission helps with the luxury mission with smooth shifts, and the suspension rides like a cloud regardless of the load, thanks to an automatic leveling system. There's also a newer single exhaust system from front to back, still carrying its catalytic convertor and maintaining the hushed sound that you'd expect. 15-inch wheels with stock wire wheelcovers have been shod with fresh 235/75/15 Nexen whitewall radials, as original.

Cars like this not only represent a ton of sheetmetal for the money, where else are you going to get a full-sized, V8-powered Cadillac for the price of a 10-year-old Honda? Offered with its original owner's manuals and a stack of receipts, this is one of the nicer modern-classic Caddy's on the market today, and the '90-'92 Broughams specifically are shooting up in value each year. Call today!

Vehicle Details

  • 1991 Cadillac Brougham
  • Listing ID: CC-1582265
  • Price: $14,995
  • Location:Ft Worth, Texas
  • Year:1991
  • Make:Cadillac
  • Model:Brougham
  • Exterior Color:White
  • Interior Color:Burgundy
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:119582
  • Stock Number:5413-DFW
  • VIN:1G6DW54E6MR709507
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