Engine: 5.0L Naturally-aspirated V8 (LV2 engine)
Transmission: 4-Speed automatic
Mileage: 44,000 Miles
Original MSRP in 1988: $23,846 (approx. $60,000 in today's dollar)
Color: Dark Gray Iridescent
Interior: Full leather in gray with chrome and wood veneer trim
Accessories: Original factory literature, 2 original keys
This beautiful 2-owner 1988 Cadillac Brougham is a great example of American luxury, and was designed to emanate sheer opulence.
This vehicle is offered on behalf of a local collectionneur, and is a beautiful example in solid mechanical, structural and visual condition, with matching number chassis and powertrain.
The car comes with a clean Nevada title and a Clean Carfax report showing no damage, accidents or mileage discrepancy.
Finished in Dark Gray Iridescent over full leather in gray with chrome and wood veneer trim, and a matching vinyl-covered roof. Additional exterior details include quad headlights, and chrome bumpers, trim, and mirrors. Steel 15” wheels wear wire covers with red Cadillac crests, mounted with whitewall tires installed in November 2018.
The cabin features a power-adjustable front bench trimmed in gray leather along with a color-coordinated dashboard. Woodgrain trim accents the dashboard and door panels.
Amenities include power front seats, Cadillac-branded floor mats, opera lights, power windows and locks, cruise control, front cornering lights, automatic climate control, and a factory cassette stereo.
The seller notes evidence of paint work, and that the passenger side mirror control is inoperable. Recent maintenance includes: New valve cover gasket, new oil pan gasket, new differential seals, full reconditioning of the A/C system, new water pump, thermostat, hoses and belts. The vehicle retains its original radiator and carburetor, and they are in great working order.
Cadillac first used the "Brougham" name in 1916, but it didn't become its own model until 1987 as the brand's full-size, flagship sedan. Brougham represents the old-school full-size, rear-wheel-drive, V8-powered American luxury car.
Cadillac released the Brougham for 1987 as an evolution of the Fleetwood Brougham launched a decade earlier. The sedan proudly bucked the rest of the range's shift towards front-wheel-drive and offered motorists rear-wheel-drive as well as body-on-frame construction.
Power comes from a 5.0-liter "LV2" V8 engine, rated at 140 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque. Output is sent to the rear wheels via a 4-speed automatic transmission.
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