The Cadillac of Cadillacs

Since its inception in 1902, Cadillac has been the premier manufacturer of luxury passenger vehicles in America. Well friends, today we have a special treat for you: the Cadillac of Cadillacs.

Though it may not look like much, I can tell you that this 1989 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham was once somebody’s pride and joy. In fact, they were so proud of their Cadillac that they went about making a few customizations to reflect their personality. Have a look:

Here we see where the owner added several extra “wreathed crest” logos along the front fender, which appears to have been painted with roofing tar.

More emblems have been added around the door lock, the B-pillar, and the C-pillar. Someone was very, very proud of the fact that this car is a Cadillac.

Inside, we can spot even more Cadillac logos on the instrument panel and along the dashboard on the passenger side. How many can you count on the seats?

The front and rear seats have been reupholstered in two-tone black and purple crushed velvet.

Finally, we see that the dash has been customized with what appears to be lengths of dog leash chain epoxied absolutely everywhere!

This poor car was once a decent vehicle, until it fell into the hands of an owner with a complete lack of taste and style. The gaudy modifications and endless Cadillac emblems plastered everywhere indicate that this car’s owner really did think his late 80s Fleetwood Brougham with a 140hp V8 engine was the “Cadillac of Cadillacs.” Tragic.