We’ve added another Cadillac to our stable. Victoria is a 1991 Cadillac Seville.

Hand-written notes on the original window sticker indicate the aftermarket wheels and grill were put on at a Colorado dealer when she was new.

With 88,000 miles on the digital odometer, she’s showing very few signs of age (other than the complete lack of ergonomics that is).

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“Air bag” was apparently too low-class sounding for this $35,000+ Cadillac. Upgraded Bose / Delco head unit means you don’t get a balance control because, as the owner’s manual says, “...balance control is optimized at the factory.” Period correct cell phone holder and visor-installed microphone are reminders of a time gone by. Driver information center even reads three different greetings to you at appropriate times of the day (GOOD MORNING).

Factory remote entry lets you lock/unlock the doors, open the trunk, and illuminate the interior. Interior illumination can also be done by simply pressing the driver’s door handle as well.

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The interior is in good shape with butter-soft leather and luxury usually only reserved for people’s couches.

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Seat controls had to be placed in two different areas because there are so many.

Fiber optic exterior light repeaters are placed above the rear window and at each fender to help you keep tabs on your tail lights, head lights (high beams AND low beams), as well as your turning lamps.

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The last year of the Sevilles were gifted with the 4.9 liter V8. 200 horsepower doesn’t seem like much today but this little Caddy definitely gets up and goes.

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Even the Computer Command Ride still works!

Here are a couple more pics for your perusal...

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Have a great day and thanks for reading!