This is NOT a convertible

This is NOT a convertible

Back in the late 1970’s, the Cadillac Seville was introduced as a downsized model for America’s most famous luxury brand. This one is a third generation Seville, from 1991.

In the late 1960’s and early ‘70’s, the Fleetwoods and Eldorado’s and the like got bigger and bigger, but when American customers chose to buy European

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Cadillac Caribou at Kissimmee

Cadillac Caribou at Kissimmee

The thing with a luxury brand like Cadillac is that they don’t build practical cars, like stationwagons or pickups. But fortunately, there are coachbuilders that will serve this demand. This 1974 Cadillac Caribou is part of the big Mecum Kissimmee auction next month.

In the seventies and eighties, there were two American companies offering pickups

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