“If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.” Sage advice, perhaps, but sometimes, it’s just about impossible to follow.
Such is the case with this 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood limousine, listed on eBay which sold for $17,100. How does one keep their mouth shut in the face of such blatant disregard for the virtues of tact, restraint, and common decency?
We’re being (mostly) facetious, of course; it’s really not that bad. We could get behind the idea of a donked-out Cadillac limo. The seller claims to have invested over $150,000 into the car, which was showcased at “opening games for the University of Miami,” according to the listing. It also appears in Triple C’s music video for the single “Go“ featuring Rick Ross and Birdman, or so they say, although we can’t say we were able to spot it. You can, however, see it for a split second in the Dr. Pepper commercial video embedded below.
That makes it sort of famous, right?
Fame or no fame, our biggest gripe is the color scheme; we just don’t get it. The sound system is appealing, though, and the parts list seems to be comprised of quality components, such as:
- Rancho Reservoir shocks
- Long-travel 4 link rear suspension with bags by Slam Specialties
- 7-gallon Air Zenith compressors
- 13.5-inch cross-drilled and slotted rotors
- 4-piston Billet calipers
- 30-inch TIS Modular wheels wrapped in Pirelli Scorpions
While we had a hard time coming to any unified conclusions about this Cadillac Fleetwood, one thing is for sure: buy it, and no one could ever again accuse you of having boring, common taste in cars. See the listing for yourself by clicking here.