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What year is your Cadillac

What year is your Cadillac?  

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  1. 1. What year is your Cadillac?

    • 1993 or earlier
      70
    • 1994
      31
    • 1995
      25
    • 1996
      36
    • 1997
      43
    • 1998
      34
    • 1999
      22
    • 2000
      20
    • 2001
      16
    • 2002 or later
      29


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If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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I have two 93 STS's. One dark blue and one white w/pearl.

Aside from replacing the head gaskets on them both they have been very good cars, with normal maintenance issues. I repair/maintain them as necessary.

Love the clean crisp lines of the early STS models.

-George


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I have the '01 STS. I bought the '01 STS because of the engine update in 2000. I get many compliments on my black on black, fully chromed oem sts wheels with the wood kit and also window tint STS.

Once when I was running an errand for my wife. I was coming out of the local hospital garage. I drove up to the cashier (a young woman) to pay for my parking privliage, as she was asking me about the car and complimenting me on it I noticed that she still had the gate arm down still after I had given her the money. I can see that she wasn't going to let me leave until she was finished with her inquires. I have plenty of stories like this.

I also have he '88 Sedan Deville that I will be finishing the restoration in 2005. I have about $3000k to go max.

Peace

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I have a 94 I love the car not one complaint so far. But I do have a question are headgaskets a common thing to go on the Northstar engine? I hear alot of people have problems with them is this true?


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95 SLS here...Original everything!!! 321,000 Miles on it. Suspension never gave a service message until 318,000 Miles.


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321 000 miles thats alot did you buy the car new or used? I have a 94 STS and it only has 104 000 miles. You must do alot of driving in that car to put 321 000 miles on it thats awsome


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I am guessing alot of those miles are highway! Just wondering how many hours of a 24 hr day are you in your car? That is so cool 321,000!! What is that in Km's? I have 149,000 miles on my 93 STS and I thought that was alot.


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I don't know what that is in KM. And yes, this SLS has traveled alot of the US and some cross counrty trips have been done a multiple of times.


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I live in the east and I would love to take my STS to California some day it would be great... These cars are great for long trips but the longest distince I have trveled at one time is 45 min. Maybe some day I'll go cross country in it.


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'97 STS. I specifically wanted a '97 because I likes the way they looked more so than the '98 and later, plus I thought it would be the most refined of that body style and be more likely to have most of the bugs worked out of that particular design. I have not been disappointed. A few minor maintenance issues here and there. I really dig this machine!

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321,000 miles!!! It is more than a 50 oil changes, and the distance to the moon. How did you drive it? Fast, slow, warmed up the engine after a cold start? Give us some tips.


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1987 Mazda RX-7 (sold)

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I am guessing alot of those miles are highway! Just wondering how many hours of a 24 hr day are you in your car? That is so cool 321,000!! What is that in Km's? I have 149,000 miles on my 93 STS and I thought that was alot.

321,000 miles = 516,599.424 Kilometers


If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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Moin moin,

516,599.424 Kilometers it´s cool.

My ´95 Eldo has 26000 mls on the speedometer - original.

With best wishes from germany

Frank

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Hey you live in Germany thats awsome I want to go to Germany some day and go on that big highway with no speedlimit driving like a Lamborgini or something with a high top speed like that. I bet you have one of the very few Cadillacs in Germany don't you?


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Hey you live in Germany thats awsome I want to go to Germany some day and go on that big highway with no speedlimit driving like a Lamborgini or something with a high top speed like that. I bet you have one of the very few Cadillacs in Germany don't you?

I believe now, the autobahn does have speed limits in certain areas such as those areas where the "bahn" travels through towns. I also understand that towns and cities have speed limits as well but since Germany has probably the lowest car accident rate in the world (with Turkey and Poland having the highest car accident rates: Data from Department of the State), I think it's still a great place to drive if you want to "open her up" on a nice road.


If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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If anyone wanders, average distance to the Moon is 384,400 Km or 238,906 Miles.

Happy Holidays!


1960 Sedan De Ville (sold)

1970 Coupe De Ville (sold)

1987 Mazda RX-7 (sold)

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238,906 Miles? Rock on!!! My car would have made it to the moon and be on it's way back!

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94' STS ~70K miles. So far so good. I bought the car in 98 with 47,515 miles.

Just changed the PCM in 2004 and the battery in 2003. That's all!!! Sure I changed air filter (I guess just once) and front brake pads once and oil (regularly). Don't remember changing anything else. No oil eating. Of course I'm keep getting "Service Ride Control" messages (but who's not?). All and all - an excellent car and experience.

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Hey you live in Germany thats awsome I want to go to Germany some day and go on that big highway with no speedlimit driving like a Lamborgini or something with a high top speed like that.  I bet you have one of the very few Cadillacs in Germany don't you?

I believe now, the autobahn does have speed limits in certain areas such as those areas where the "bahn" travels through towns. I also understand that towns and cities have speed limits as well but since Germany has probably the lowest car accident rate in the world (with Turkey and Poland having the highest car accident rates: Data from Department of the State), I think it's still a great place to drive if you want to "open her up" on a nice road.

Hello Marika,

here in germany, we can drive 50 km/h (31 mls/h) in the town and 100 km/h (63 mls/h) at the normal road (outside a town) and now 120 km/h (75 mls/h) in some areas at the highway (Autobahn) the other highway areas we can drive without any speedlimit.

I´m 38 years old and I´m driving since my 18th birthday...

I have many problems in other countrys because I´m driving to fast.

Now, these is the force of habit.

Hey Cadillac_Caddy_STS,

you want to go to germany ?

In what town ?

In the holyday ?

Please drive careful, because it´s heavy to drive in germany without any experience with fast cars in the traffic (without a speed limit).

The best example are the "east german people" with there cool Trabant´s (with 30 PS) beginning the 90´s at the brick-fall in berlin. Any Trabant´s are wreckage...

With best wishes from germany

Frank

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:D i love my 97 deville because it is so spacious on the inside. it has the most interior space of all the caddys since the bargelike rear drivers. i make several road trips a year in it and i have two kids under 12 and there is nothing worse on a road trip than uncomfortable children!

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Hey you live in Germany thats awsome I want to go to Germany some day and go on that big highway with no speedlimit driving like a Lamborgini or something with a high top speed like that.  I bet you have one of the very few Cadillacs in Germany don't you?

I believe now, the autobahn does have speed limits in certain areas such as those areas where the "bahn" travels through towns. I also understand that towns and cities have speed limits as well but since Germany has probably the lowest car accident rate in the world (with Turkey and Poland having the highest car accident rates: Data from Department of the State), I think it's still a great place to drive if you want to "open her up" on a nice road.

Hello Marika,

here in germany, we can drive 50 km/h (31 mls/h) in the town and 100 km/h (63 mls/h) at the normal road (outside a town) and now 120 km/h (75 mls/h) in some areas at the highway (Autobahn) the other highway areas we can drive without any speedlimit.

I´m 38 years old and I´m driving since my 18th birthday...

I have many problems in other countrys because I´m driving to fast.

Now, these is the force of habit.

Hey Cadillac_Caddy_STS,

you want to go to germany ?

In what town ?

In the holyday ?

Please drive careful, because it´s heavy to drive in germany without any experience with fast cars in the traffic (without a speed limit).

The best example are the "east german people" with there cool Trabant´s (with 30 PS) beginning the 90´s at the brick-fall in berlin. Any Trabant´s are wreckage...

With best wishes from germany

Frank

How do you know theres no speed limit id there like a sign that says no limit or something? That would be funny to see HA HA...


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Hallo cadillac_caddy_sts,

yes, sometime is a blue sign with an recommend speed from 130 km/h.

Now, it´s the speed where you can drive economic.

Also you can drive any speed you want.

And sometime is no sign at the highway (Autobahn) and then you can also drive any speed.

Now, I´m searching the blue sign or make a picture for you...

Thank´s

Frank

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