1989 Cadillac Brougham Stretch Limousine

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The name “Brougham” began to be used as specific Cadillac model in 1987 when “Fleetwood” was dropped from the former Fleetwood Brougham. It was the same as the 1986 model. The change was because Cadillac introduced a new, smaller, front-wheel drive model in 1985 and named it simply the Fleetwood. Since the Brougham was body-on-frame, it was popular among coachbuilders who manufactured stretched limousines, along with the similar but somewhat smaller Lincoln Town Car. 1989 was the last year for carburation as 1990 introduced a fuel injected engine to power the Brougham.
The name “Brougham” began to be used as specific Cadillac model in 1987 when “Fleetwood” was dropped from the former Fleetwood Brougham. It was the same as the 1986 model. The change was because Cadillac introduced a new, smaller, front-wheel drive model in 1985 and named it simply the Fleetwood. Since the Brougham was body-on-frame, it was popular among coachbuilders who manufactured stretched limousines, along with the similar but somewhat smaller Lincoln Town Car. 1989 was the last year for carburation as 1990 introduced a fuel injected engine to power the Brougham.
Riding back to 1989, you could witness President Reagan leaving the White House to his VP, George H.W. Bush. You may have heard on the radio of this elegant stretch, the Allegations that Major League Baseball star Pete Rose gambled on the Game, as it became public news. You may have heard the news of A MiG-23 pilot mistakenly ejecting on take-off from Poland, and the aircraft continuing to fly 560 miles on autopilot, only to crash into a house in Belgium killing a teenager. News of the death of Ayatollah Khomeini, Supreme Leader of Iran, could have been heard cruising to dinner in this luxury limousine.

What we love about this car:

This is our very first purchase of a limousine. We replaced the entire interior including new white leather seats. We really love the hidden center doors, and the ability to flip the second row of seats to forward facing if the need arises. The car has a fantastic ride and of course, the Cadillac elegance is abundant.
  • First class seating for six in the rear.
  • Custom “RTT Stretch amenities”, featuring all digital touch screen controls.
  • Custom 20-inch wheels for just enough bling, without sacrificing class!

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