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I'm really concidering a 90's fleetwood for my next ride and not sure what the best year is to scoop up. its gonna have 13's , juice , loud stereo and be a daily driver. (well when it's nice out).
whats the best year? 94 , 95 , 96 ???
would you mind posting pics of differnt years and letting me know the "what to know" about the big bodys of the 90's.
 

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those also come in 93 as well.
 

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:biggrin: Go with a 95-96 because they come with there outside mirrors on da corner of the door window, the 93-94 models come with the mirror bolted on the door, thats why I bought a 1995 fleetwood brougham and plus the LT-1 :cool:
 

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they also made fleetwoods in 90 91 92 and 97 but the 97 is FWD :(
 

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The years from 93-96 are all very similar on the exterior with the exception of the side view mirrors (as previously mentioned). BUT.....the big difference and why I switched from a 93 to a 94 was the motor...94 and up had the LT1 where the 93 had a 350. Which to me was a huge difference (The LT1's also came equipped in the 90 Impala Ss's, Camaros and Corvettes)
The "Big Body" year Fleetwoods have now firmly established themselves in Lowriding history and there are shops out there on the west coast that specializes heavily in these cars. Offering an assortment of aftermarket accs and mods.
I love mine................... :biggrin:
 

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SO IT SOUNDS LIKE THE NEWER THE BETTER. SO 96 WOULD BE THE BEST BET SEEING IT'S STILL REAR WHEEL DRIVE HAS THE BETTER ENGINE AND HAS A FEW MORE GOODIES THEN THE 95 , 94, AND 93? WHAT ABOUT THE INTERIOR?
 

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This is my 96
 

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Originally posted by lacman@Sep 22 2006, 04:27 PM~6226170
If it matters to you the 93 is the easiest to work on yourself.
That LT1 and 4L60-E can get real expensive.
 

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Originally posted by Dez Dub@Sep 23 2006, 01:09 AM~6228345
That LT1 and 4L60-E can get real expensive.
one of my friends has an LT1 impala and his complete tune up was a little more than 600 bucks.
 

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I KNOW WHEN ADDING 13X7 ON OLDER CARS YOU MAY RUN INTO TRANNY / READ END PROBLEMS. WHAT ABOUT ON A 93 THRU 96 CADDY? SAME THING? IM SURE THE BILL FOR A TRANNY OR REAREND IS MUCH GREATER.
 

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Originally posted by Tuna_Sammich@Sep 21 2006, 08:42 PM~6220229
they also made fleetwoods in 90 91 92 and 97  but the 97 is FWD :(

Broughams not fleetwoods, unless you are talking about FWD those years
 

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Originally posted by 83Cizzoupe@Sep 23 2006, 10:41 PM~6232401
Broughams not fleetwoods, unless you are talking about FWD those years
i coulda swore mine said fleetwood brougham on the side
 

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heres a pic of the 98 fleetwood limited. my friend has one in his garage


 
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