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You forgot to mention the sarcasm. ;-)
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Well being British, I tend to agree more with Dusty than that Irish puff Oscar, but nevertheless, it is best served up with a side order of irony.
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Too many miles and Argentina? Their idea of good condition in S Amer. is a North American's idea of a parts car. Worse than that I never liked that body style, that era mercedes manual shifter is vague and lifeless, and on a related note I do not like eating shrimp.
No a 6.3, 6.9, or 600 swb is the only thing I am interested in now, but it is going to take a substantial amount of current inventory car sales before I am ready to buy a mint, less than 30k mile, old, original mercedes.

PS The 80's shot hurt, and just for that I am going to go out and punch a right winged prick.
Hey,being "80s" can be hip!



And as far as your remarks on the 107 go, I will post them on the R107 forum. Expect a stream of refined, but pointed, flames in your PM.

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I have bought too many old cars and now I can't stand to even look at them. I am going to another car auction tonight just to torture myself and my savings.

Anyone need a...

'84 Fleetwood with 485 original miles? (Yes, really)
'84 Fleetwood with 4,986 original miles? (higher mile cousin)
'96 Cobra Conv with 3,000 original miles? (blk/blk)
'93 Mustang GT Conv with 36,000 orig miles? (blk/blk-got to drive something, hence the mega high miles!)
'85 Eldorado Biarittz Commemorative Edition Convert w/22k miles? (blk/red)
'81 Eldorado Hess & Eisenhardt Convertible w/ 13k miles? (wht/wht)

Also a '85 Eldorado Biarittz coupe with all options (no excetptions) and a very, very, very, high amount of miles--80k, but in excellent conditon for the mega miles. (wht/red)

Maybe tonight I will find a nice old SEL! Oh crap.
So how many Caddies did it take for you to figure out that it's not the car that causes black guy's dicks to be so big? I'd say Viagra or a penis pump would be cheaper ways to turn your rice pecker into something more along the lines of a little smokey.
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Well being British, I tend to agree more with Dusty than that Irish puff Oscar, but nevertheless, it is best served up with a side order of irony.
And as Lord Peachbottom Douglas once said, "I'd love to smoke an Oscar".


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So how many Caddies did it take for you to figure out that it's not the car that causes black guy's dicks to be so big? I'd say Viagra or a penis pump would be cheaper ways to turn your rice pecker into something more along the lines of a little smokey.
African Amercians want or drive BMW's, Lexus, and Mercedes now, none of them want an old Cadillac. What rock have you been living under to stil lthink that? And as far as sexy, I can remember back when attractive people used to drive european cars, now they are all just flower shirt wearing, fat bums or trophy wives.
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African Amercians want or drive BMW's, Lexus, and Mercedes now, none of them want an old Cadillac. What rock have you been living under to stil lthink that? And as far as sexy, I can remember back when attractive people used to drive european cars, now they are all just flower shirt wearing, fat bums or trophy wives.
Dude, you're older than I am...don't play dumb.

And, by the way, Cadillacs are still very popular with African-Americans older than 25.
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A Black guy walks into a Cadillac dealership, sits in the driver’s seat of a floor model and lights a big cigar. The car is a bright yellow convertible and the man is wearing a purple hat, green feather in the brim with a deep orange suit and a mauve satin tie. (This clothing description is meant to tell the listener that the man is a pimp.) When a salesman walks over to ask the question, "How do you like it?" the man with the purple hat and cigar replies with a question, "Tell me, does this make me look too much like a Jew?"
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African Amercians want or drive BMW's, Lexus, and Mercedes now, none of them want an old Cadillac. What rock have you been living under to stil lthink that? And as far as sexy, I can remember back when attractive people used to drive european cars, now they are all just flower shirt wearing, fat bums or trophy wives.
So Shane, if you truely believe what you have written above then why "invest" if that is what you consider it in this list of "classics" Or do you like just throwing your money down a classic cadillac hole?

'84 Fleetwood with 485 original miles? (Yes, really)
'84 Fleetwood with 4,986 original miles? (higher mile cousin)
'96 Cobra Conv with 3,000 original miles? (blk/blk)
'93 Mustang GT Conv with 36,000 orig miles? (blk/blk-got to drive something, hence the mega high miles!)
'85 Eldorado Biarittz Commemorative Edition Convert w/22k miles? (blk/red)
'81 Eldorado Hess & Eisenhardt Convertible w/ 13k miles? (wht/wht)

Also a '85 Eldorado Biarittz coupe with all options (no excetptions) and a very, very, very, high amount of miles--80k, but in excellent conditon for the mega miles. (wht/red)

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So Shane, if you truely believe what you have written above then why "invest" if that is what you consider it in this list of "classics" Or do you like just throwing your money down a classic cadillac hole?

'84 Fleetwood with 485 original miles? (Yes, really)
'84 Fleetwood with 4,986 original miles? (higher mile cousin)
'96 Cobra Conv with 3,000 original miles? (blk/blk)
'93 Mustang GT Conv with 36,000 orig miles? (blk/blk-got to drive something, hence the mega high miles!)
'85 Eldorado Biarittz Commemorative Edition Convert w/22k miles? (blk/red)
'81 Eldorado Hess & Eisenhardt Convertible w/ 13k miles? (wht/wht)

Also a '85 Eldorado Biarittz coupe with all options (no excetptions) and a very, very, very, high amount of miles--80k, but in excellent conditon for the mega miles. (wht/red)
I know Cadillacs better than any other make (have had over 20 used and new), better to stick with what you know regarding investments. I can also sell them all for a profit, or at worst break even, but it will take around a year to do so. There will be no loss and there is some enjoyment from my viewpoint, just not as much as in the past. The thing that is bothering me as I get older is the amount of effort it takes relativ e to the profit made. I am ready to move into another field besides automotive for my pleasure time.
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