Bought a 1995 STS from auction 1G6KY5294SU825001

Hassan

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After many years of searching for a 1995 STS I found the one I wanted. Purchased it from IAA for $1500 and after the stupid fees it came out to be $2,200. It has 133k miles on it. My dad had one just like this but with white seats and chrome wheels. My childhood was around this car. This spec is extremely rare in my opinion. White Diamond with dark blue seats and non sunroof car. I’ve personally never seen a white on blue seat 95 sts. It is a one owner car. I tracked the original owner down and spoke with him on the phone. He told me he custom ordered it in 1995. He loved it and always garaged it. He took it to a dealer to sell it but they offered him $1800 and decided it was better to donate it. My plans with this car is use it for pleasure driving.

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Perfect!

What are your plans for the STS???
Thanks! Just use it for pleasure driving and taking to car shows maybe even drive it to work once in awhile. I plan to go to RADwood Philly event on May 22.
 
Thought I’d give an update on the caddy. I dropped the car off at my grandpas friends shop back in February and he didn’t work on it at all. My fault for listening to my grandpas advice lol. So it sat for about 6 months. I took the car back and towed it to my mechanic that I know will fix it. We went over the car and everything looks pretty good for its age. I should definitely have it back before Christmas.


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Haven’t posted in awhile. But the caddy’s been driving great. I’ve had it back for a couple of months. I’ve had a lot of work done to it since I last posted. power antenna mast, brake pads and rotors, 4 new calipers, new brake lines, spark plugs, fuel filter, serpentine belt, thermostat, coolant reservoir, alternator, metal heater hoses behind the engine, master cylinder, brake portioning valve, idler pulley, ac compressor, and had all the fluids changed. All of this costed me well over $3000 to have done. I’ve taken it to a couple of car shows. Even attended radwood philly 2023 with it. Hopefully I don’t have anymore problems for awhile and get to enjoy it lol.
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She's a keeper.

The 7th gen (mid/late 90s) were the last really good looking Cadillacs imo. 8th gens were pretty nice too, but I prefer 7th over them.

I still miss my 1995 Deville to this day. My 1964 one too.
 

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