Original survivor of America's luxury sedan, this '87 Brougham has 123,000 miles. The single name "Brougham" began to be used as specific Cadillac model in 1987, when the term "Fleetwood" was dropped from the former Fleetwood Brougham. It was otherwise the same as the 1986 model. The reason for the change was that Cadillac had introduced a new, smaller, front-wheel drive model in 1985 and named it simply the Fleetwood. Compounding the confusion, the optional "d'Elegance" package (introduced in the upscale Fleetwood trim line in the 1970s, offering even more luxurious appointments, including button-tufted seating and rear-seat reading lamps), was available on and appended to the names of both models, resulting in a traditional body-on-frame/rear-wheel drive "Fleetwood Brougham d' Elegance" and a unibody/transverse engined "Fleetwood d' Elegance". The solution was dropping the term "Fleetwood" from the rear-wheel drive model, leaving just the "Brougham".
1987 Cadillac Brougham--SOLD (New Jersey) - $0
|Tires||Hanook Optimo Radial|
|Wheel Covers||Wire Wheel Covers|
|Door Panels||Gray Leather|
|Floor||Original gray carpet; some discoloration|
|Steering Wheel||Power Steering|
|Transmission||4-speed TH-200-4R Automatic|