1995 DeVille Comments

Started by BJM, October 01, 2018, 06:56:27 PM

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Asking for your insight, kind of afraid since I am a troll.  I like this car but genuinely don't know much about this era except by 1995 I figured all Cadillacs would have a Northstar.

Might be a nice tour car if I get a 2nd Cadillac like a series 75 that's a bit unwieldy.  I like the color, and surprisingly I like the style, with a grille that seems to me to be Cadillac only.  Still called a deVille.

I've heard some of you say good things about the 4.9L. Not necessarily collectible but for my purposes it would be, as a Regional events car.   

Greg Powers

The regular Deville model retained the 4.9 for 1995 but this was the last year. All the other front wheel drive Cadillacs were powered by the Northstar. No major issues with the 4.9 unlike the Northstar. Modern enough but with some nice touches of Cadillac styling. This is a good choice for a driving, touring car. I have also been considering a 1994 or 1995 Deville as a  touring car. - Greg
G.L. Powers>1954 Series 62 Sedan/1958 Fleetwood 60 Special-sold/1963 Series 62 Convertible-sold/1970 Fleetwood Brougham-sold/1994 Fleetwood Brougham/1971 Sedan Deville-sold/2000 Deville-sold/2001 DTS-sold/1976 Eldorado Convertible-sold/1983 Coupe Deville-sold/1990 Allante-sold/1990 and 1991 Brougham deElegance-sold/1992 Brougham-sold/Always looking!

Barry M Wheeler #2189

You can deduct $500 for the brake light being on. With that, the car is NOT in excellent condition. That's probably why they're selling it. We had one new and it was a fine car. It needs Premium like my '91, and I've gotten used to the extra $$$ as why take a chance on clogging something up? Nice looking car.

Don't worry about what one guy said. We appreciate your pointing out cars to us.
Barry M. Wheeler #2189

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