2015 Cadillac XTS Platinum, 1989 Merkur XR4Ti, 1989 Merkur Scorpio
That's one of the reasons I like Cars & Bids and BaT.Just going through the gallery and looking at the driver's seat "like new" is an understatement. Wish they did like Hemmings and show the engine bay and undercarriage too. It, at any rate though, is a real beauty.
Cars like this one are going off right now.Wow - beautiful car!
I think a car like that will hold it's value if you keep it garaged and low mile. Very nice little cruiser.
I'd love to have a Reatta and a last year Fiero.of All the cars that have passed through the Used Lots that I have worked at over the past 31 years, a 1990 Reatta is the one I regret not purchasing the most. well that and a 2003 Marauder, well and a 84 Barn Door 3/4 ton Square Body Burb, 93 Sierra GT 4x4 Teal, 95 Yukon GT.
there has been many, but the Reatta is top.
Haven't decided yet if this is a positive or negative.Only thing missing is the touchscreen from early models.
The Cadillac and Oldsmobiles were conspicuous innovative. My dad had the baby 1986 Eldorado with the digital wizardry. It was lighter and had a small V8. It was great, better than the larger 1991 that he bought, which I thought was geriatric. My favorite Caddy was the late 90's STSAh...1980s era digital gauges. From a time when GM actually tried to be a leader in automotive tech. My dad's old Trofeo had a CRT touchscreen and supposedly called you if someone stole it.
The late 80s and early 90s GM cars catch a lot of crap, but IMO that was the best era of GM cars in my lifetime before things went all to hell in the late 90s-2008. Hope they eventually get back around to making unique cars like the Reatta again.