1984 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Coupe 


39k miles


  65 high resolution pictures below




This immaculate 1984 Cadillac Fleetwood only has 39k well documented miles.


The Brougham Coupe made up just over 10% of the Fleetwood production for 1984. This body began production in 1980 to appease the loyal Cadillac owners that were disgruntled over the 79 Eldorado Biarritz being drastically down sized. This full sized coupe with all it's trimmings filled the "personal luxury" spot well and production ran through midyear of 1985.  Very few of these were saved and finding a good one often takes years to find.  On any given day you can find a nice low mile Eldorado of this generation but the low mile Fleetwood Coupes are very scarce and have become very sought after. The demand for this body amongst collectors have more than doubled in the last 5 years as many Cadillac aficionados are snapping the best examples up for their collections. 1985 was the very last year for this incredible body style and from a design standpoint was GM at it's finest hour. These Brougham Coupes were the last of a classic style era which will never be produced again.


1984 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Coupe in Sable Black(19) with Bordeaux Red(79) Leather interior.

I have had the privilege of owning several of these Brougham Coupes in my 20+ years of Cadillac collecting, and this particular example is hands down the most striking of them all. This particular Fleetwood was a one-owner car and has always been collector owned and garage kept.  With only 39k miles, this Cadillac needs no excuses and stands well to be a very lucrative long term investment. The best resale colors for these are black, red, blue and white with black leading the pack because of it's rarity. Having leather interior ads even more value to this low mile example.

This Cadillac spins heads and gets many a thumbs up.

The bumper rub strips are like new with no scrapes.

All lenses are clear and free of cracks

Dripping with chrome

Rare factory wire wheels.

 This Fleetwood Coupe was ordered with a generous list of options, with a sticker price of almost $27k whereas a base Fleetwood stickered for $21,219. Some of these options include; Leather Seating Area($680), Twilight Sentinel($85), Guidematic Head lamp Control($128),  Power Passenger seat recliner w/six-way power seat($380),  Wire Wheels Option($820), Electric Remote-control Outside Mirrors($101), Symphony Sound AM/FM Cassette with CB($570), Illuminated Vanity Mirrors Driver and Passenger($140), Illuminated Entry System($80), Rear Window Defogger including Heated Outside Mirrors($220), and the list goes on. 

GM's highest paint process and quality control went into the Corvettes and the Cadillac division.

 Turn signal and cornering light lenses are clear and free of cracks.

  Aside from the filler panels which where recently replaced and re painted with a perfect color match, this car has factory paint all the way around and is very glossy. No fading anywhere on this car.

Class at every angle.

  The body is straight as an arrow.



Not a single door ding in this Cadillac. None.

Again, beautiful chrome with no rubs on the bumper rub strips. Tail light lenses are clear and as new.

Vinyl Landau top is as new,,,gorgeous.

Glossy Sable Black Paint

Chrome rocker panels are like the rest of the car,,,gorgeous.

 Luscious chrome and factory stripe.

Standard of Excellence

Drivers seat leather perfection


This Fleetwood is so fresh. Door panels are plump and free of cracks. Door jambs and hinge area are free of any rust or corrosion all the way around.

Time capsule

The leather in this car is amazing.

39k miles

Has all of the original floor mats plus the trunk mat.

I would hop in this car and drive it anywhere.


This Cadillac runs very smooth and quiet. shifts beautifully.