West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional and stunning example of this one owner 1992 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham d'Elegance sedan with only 12,814 (yes, twelve thousand, eight hundred and fourteen!) original miles!
Reportedly always garaged in a climate controlled facility by it's original and only owners since new and with no accidents and absolutely no rust whatsoever, for all intents and purposes a still brand new car! Owned and driven by only one obviously very careful and mature driver since new - never abused - babied all the way!
The original 'White' factory paint is in exceptional condition with no blemishes and the matching 'Dark Maple Red' cloth seats and interior is also in quite flawless condition throughout with no signs of wear. The car boasts the optional 5.7L V8 engine, a power sunroof, wire wheels and virtually new 'Gold Seal' whitewall tires. Every option is working as it should including the ice-cold A/C.
This particular model must be seen and driven to be fully appreciated - the top-of-the-line Cadillac in 1992 and the last of it's generation and boasting the upgraded large factory optional 5.7L V8 engine car and which drives as good as it looks with Cadillac's famous smooth and luxurious ride - no shakes or rattles and the considerable power of it's 5.7 litre V8 engine purring almost imperceptibly under the hood! The engine is extremely strong and responsive with no oil leaks, the transmission shifts smoothly through the gears and the temperature always remains cool. Drives like a new car - you could never tell the difference!
The 1992 Brougham featured what Cadillac proclaimed as "contemporary yet classic exterior and interior restyling." This view was justified by a major revamping of the long-lived Brougham package. Three new colors (Brownstone, Maple Red and Light Antelope) were introduced. A total of 12 colors were offered. A new wide lower body-side colored accent molding was standard. The moldings were Silver Frost or Light Antelope depending on exterior paint color. Three exterior colors could be ordered with matching color accent moldings. Silver Frost and Light Antelope were available only as monotone.
The Brougham's front end appearance was revised by the use of halogen composite headlamps, new end caps, rub strip and bumper filler plus a new windshield pillar pad and drip molding. In profile a number of restyling efforts were evident. A new combination turn signal/parking/side marker lamp was used. The opera lamp was moved forward and a new bright chrome center pillar was used. New front and rear body-color door edge guards were standard as were new colored wide lower accent moldings. At the rear a new deck lid molding for the license plate opening was found. A new formal padded full vinyl roof was standard.
Significant changes took place in the Brougham's interior. Two new colors for the Primavera cloth upholstery, Antelope and Dark Maple Red, were introduced. A total of four colors were offered. The same colors were added to the standard Brougham's grain-leather interior, making for a total availability of seven colors. Joining Antelope and Dark Maple Red was black for the d'Elegance Brougham's Sierra grain leather interior, which was also available in three other colors. Revisions to the Brougham's seating areas consisted of the replacement of Royal Prima with Primavera cloth, outboard front seat cushions contoured on the standard Brougham for increased lateral support, a new standard front seat center armrest with storage compartment, and change in the d'Elegance seat to a 55/45 configuration. Carpeted rubber-backed floor mats with retention needles were now used. New standard automatic safety belts for driver and right front passenger were installed. A black walnut burl trim was used for the instrument panel, doors and steering wheel horn pad. Both a power driver seat recliner and an electronic digital instrument panel were now standard. An improve electronic climate control system with three automatic and two manual settings was adopted. The standard AM/FM radio with a preset graphic equalizer, cassette tape player and signal seeking and scanner feature with digital display was also upgraded. Both a new compact disc player and an electrochromic inside rearview mirror were optional. Items previously optional that were made standard for 1991 were as follows: side and deck lid accent striping, rear window defogger and heated outside mirrors door edge guards, carpeted floor mats, front license mounting provisions and trunk mat.
The powerplant and chassis of the Brougham benefitted from the use of a new standard anti-lock braking system. A 5.7-liter V-8 with throttle body fuel injection was included with the coachbuilder package (which was also revised for 1990) and trailer towing packages. The 5.7 V-8 developed 175 horsepower, 295 lb.-ft. of torque and came with an 8.5 in. ring gear and 3.08:1 final drive ratio as well as a one-time Level Gas Guzzler tax!
In addition to the previously mentioned features of the Brougham d'Elegance, the special edition model, option code V4S, had a specific interior trim design including tufted multi-button seats, three overhead assist handles, six-way power passenger seat adjuster, illuminated driver and passenger visor vanity mirrors, rear sail pane reading lights, Twilight Sentinel, power trunk lid pull-down, and exterior/interior identification.
This is one very unique and ridiculously spacious and comfortable car with no rivals in it's class - the real deal for a grand touring or long distance cruising sedan for ultimate luxury and comfort and this must surely be one of the finest and very rare example's of this ultra-low original 12K miles flagship last year Cadillac 'Brougham d'Elegance' edition model available on the market anywhere today!