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I was just a kid when these were common on the local roads, I had several neighbors that had them (I grew up in the L.A. area). I remember thinking how nice of a car they appeared to be but even as a kid I remember hearing the neighbors talk to each other on the way in and out of their homes or passing by on their daily walks, comments like “I didn’t see your car in the driveway and thought you may have been out of town” to be replied with something like, “No its back in the shop again”. It was around this time that I remember seeing more and more of the mid 80s era Mercedes coupes filling the local driveways. For the life of me I don’t understand why GM let/forced the Cadillac division to produce such junk, regardless of what the original intention was with the 4100HT. As bad as the 4100HT may have been, I still chuckle thinking of a car of this type/style pulling up to a valet with all the sounds and smell of a filthy non-turbo diesel, lol. What were they (GM/Cadillac) thinking? It seems to me that the majority of cars from this era were of marginal quality but to knowingly produce junk and push it on your highest level of customer is so stupid that I can’t make sense of it. I’m aware that GM was trying to make CAFE compliance but I believe that they should have paid whatever fine and dropped a big block in or alternatively, the turbo Buick v6 of that era, neither of those two would leave customers feeling blatantly ripped off.
Source : http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2015/04/junkyard-find-1984-cadillac-eldorado/
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