My 1993 Sixty Special has been fantastic. There is nothing about it that I do not love, but especially its white leather interior and midnight purple exterior and it's electroluminescent opera lamps. The chome wheels and chrome bumpers and padded full length vinyl top in midnight purple. Love the power moonroof and power seat recliners. Have had zero trouble with it in 12 years ownership.
Every feature of the car is a favorite.
Improvement would have been to offer a combination Cassette and CD player, instead of making the buyer choose 1 or the other. The rear disc brakes shoulda been on there, also. Bodyside exterior Sixty Special identifacation is lacking. Why? Locking "on" wheel center discs to deter theft.
I had always admired this body style
since they were new. So I bought one
to see if the car actually was as good
as it looked. This car has been all
that and more. It has a wonderful
ride, smooth,powerful engine,
effortless transmission shifting and it
drives beautifully. All power options
perform as they should. The car feels
rock soli a car of its weight and
engine size. This particular car has
always been garaged and as a result its
original paint and chrome have held up
extremely well. There are no problem
areas that I have found.
Power options galore, electric
AstroRoof, chrome factory wheels, soft
leather interior and looking at that
beautiful Cadillac crest hood ornament
as I cruise down the road.
The only one I can think of is that I
wish this car had rear disc brakes.
the car replacing will be my own
vehicle which I've owned for 12yrs and
am in the market for a newer vehicle
i'm really happy with my present car
but the engine is very tired and has
alot of miles on it. if i was to
replace my previous car with something
else it would be either a cadillac or a
GMC sierra truck i do enjoy my chrysler
and at 20 miles to the gallon on the
highway i cannot complain about this
american made car.. it has been well
worth the money i've spent on it.
the smooth ride and durability that a
general motors has in an automobile
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