Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
The last Cadillac STS has quietly left the company's Lansing plant, and we can't help but feel sad for Caddy's middle child. Because although the mid-sized Cadillac was once an important car, now it just needed to die.
Reagan is cutting your taxes, Rocketdyne stock is going way up thanks to the war on the Evil Empire, and your sexy blond wife just handed you your latest polo trophy. Ahhh, the Rewards Of Success!
In a way, I'm glad that I don't live in Southern California, because otherwise I'd probably own this
Hell Project classic Cadillac right now!
In 1980, Cadillac took a cleaver to the Seville’s ass in a move inspired by French Enlightenment literature. The trap was set for a young, impressionable Crazy Euro Car Boy’s heart.
Sweet holy awesome, please let this be the new hot trend that replaces stick-on fender vents. [Chiefrobertowenbro wn's Flickr Photostream]
We don't quite know what to say about this spectacular example of the pinnacle of GM 80's ingenuity by the name of "Airwolf." Then again, what can you say about a 1981 Cadillac Seville equipped with not only the legendary 8-6-4 V8, but also faux fur headliner and door trim, two pop up sun-roofs, ultra-classy wide…