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My Cadillac with less than 100,000
29.07%
My Cadillac with 100,000+
26.74%
My Cadillac with 150,000+
18.60%
My Cadillac with 200,000+
10.47%
My Cadillac with 250,000+
6.98%
My Cadillac with 300,000+
4.65%
My Cadillac with 350,000+
2.33%
My Cadillac with 400,000+
1.16%
My Cadillac with 450,000+
0
0%
My Cadillac with 500,000+
0
0%
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The One Million miles Cadillac thread .. or trying to get there ...

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Old 07-17-2009, 03:05 PM
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I have a Brougham with 110k and paid 900$ for it and it runs perfect. So far after owning it for 2 yrs i have had to put maybe 250$ in total repairs.
 
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I have a '92 Deville with over 260,000 on it. I am the second owner. It belonged to an auto mechanic. I've had it for two years. New water pump and Rad only. Still going great, but need to replace ISC motor. What a cruzer!
 
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Old 03-11-2010, 06:17 PM
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i'm still amazed that the highest mileage car in this thread is a '93 Allante at 439k ...

of all caddies, an Allante I would not have picked.


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Old 03-12-2010, 11:25 AM
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Both my '94 and '95 have over 150,000. The '95 D-Evil has right at 190,000, and the '94 SLS is close behind, at around 160,000 or so.
I was only able to poll once, tho...
 
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Old 07-06-2011, 11:44 AM
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Default My First Ever Caddy

I've had more cars -- and trucks -- than I care to count and turned a wrench on all but one of them. My introduction to shade trees and wrenches came at a very early age.

I've had a few Fords -- not to disparage Fords, but I never had luck with them. They didn't like me -- but those cars never lasted. i.e. The engine blew three freeze plugs in an old Ford Wagon with a big block engine. In the time it took to stop the car at highway speeds, the engine seized.

I've worked on many a Caddy and generally swore that, while I'd always buy GM, I'd never buy a Caddy. The early -- read 1960's to 1970's -- electrical and eventually electronic headaches were more than I wanted. Yet I've had Oldsmobiles. Yeah, I know, Caddies in another guise.

So, of course I finally need a car, don' have a lot of cash and here's a 1993 Sedan Deville that runs nice, has almost no problems and blemishes with the interior and has a bit of get up and go....

Sigh.... I own a Caddy. Well, what can I say? Hope it proves to be like my other GM products. For 178K plus, it sounds nice. Now if I can find someone to do a good scuff and shoot for a reasonable price.

W.
 
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:10 AM
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You didn't, my 93 allante has LESS then 100k. Let's see if anyone else chimes in.
 
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:57 AM
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Gosh... didn't mean to kill the thread.
 
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Old 01-12-2017, 08:39 AM
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Default Fleetwood Broughan with 365,500 miles

My mother-in-law bought new in 1996 and I am now the third owner of this car. The mileage rolled to 365,000 December 28, 2016. Car has some cosmetic damage where a deer tried to jump over it and then there is an occasional vibration when you try to accelerate in a pull, but other than that. It is a car my husband can work on and she rides like a dream. Going to start repairing the cosmetic damage this year. You can't go wrong with a caddi.
 
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Old 01-13-2017, 11:14 AM
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Great car. LT1 power, RWD, and a dashboard big enough to put jigsaw puzzles together on. Last year for the Fleetwood and just over ten thousand had the Brougham option in '96. A keeper for sure!
 
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