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    Is Cadillac About to Revive the Eldorado?

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    It's no secret: General Motors (NYSE: GM ) has some big new Cadillacs on the way. But will a new Eldorado be among them?

    It's looking more and more possible. One of GM's top executives recently hinted that a model based on last summer's Elmiraj show car, shown above, could see production.

    But is a big expensive two-door really the car that GM should be focusing on right now?

    Full Story: http://www.fool.com/investing/genera...-eldorado.aspx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    Is Cadillac About to Revive the Eldorado?

    By John Rosevear
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    It's no secret: General Motors (NYSE: GM ) has some big new Cadillacs on the way. But will a new Eldorado be among them?

    It's looking more and more possible. One of GM's top executives recently hinted that a model based on last summer's Elmiraj show car, shown above, could see production.

    But is a big expensive two-door really the car that GM should be focusing on right now?

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    I wasn't a part of the large displacement v8 el dorado's of my father's generation so I thought I'd take a quick look at wikipedia to learn my self a little something. wow.. 8.2l 500ci v8's? thats crazy talk. I know they were heavy but thats a lot of power for the 70's. The 1's in the 90s were terrable. Cadillac has been pushing out some amazing vehicles of late so I cannot wait to see what it will look like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clippers_FTW View Post
    I wasn't a part of the large displacement v8 el dorado's of my father's generation so I thought I'd take a quick look at wikipedia to learn my self a little something. wow.. 8.2l 500ci v8's? thats crazy talk. I know they were heavy but thats a lot of power for the 70's. The 1's in the 90s were terrable. Cadillac has been pushing out some amazing vehicles of late so I cannot wait to see what it will look like.
    They were like Sherman Tanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    They were like Sherman Tanks.

    Yea I did notice some girth to them lol...

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