1984 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham – Lowrider Magazine

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Davalos of Lake Elsinore, is no stranger to the Lowrider scene. his work with his car club, he has seen and done many things in his Lowriding career. He during the Japanese Lowrider in Southern California, making his and stabilizing his income in the process. A Lowrider, Alex told us he bought this Brougham the overseas Cadillac market was at its and somehow, this one survived the exodus.

It ended up being a blessing in as Alex stored the car away, giving it a chance to become the Lowrider you see before you today.

the car was stored for even longer the two years it took to put it together, the car was in condition when Alex on it. He was able to jump back the project, and first on the agenda was to a euro conversion, which the ’84 luxury car into a two-door luxury cruiser. The job was a focal point, as the graphics and Alex added to the car complemented the that were already in on the molded Brougham roof.

The paint job was a collaborative effort three artists: Genaro of Orange Coast in La Habra, who the body first; Dave of California Design of Norco, who the pin stripping; and Jose Dire of Long Beach, who took an influence from Alex’s favorite Disney movie, Marine.

This Caddy’s classic was pulled out and replaced with a Camaro engine, which has an cam and carburetor sitting atop a Products chrome intake. The painted engine also a chrome-plated serpentine system and Offenhauser fin valve covers, a matching air cleaner. The rest of the compartment received a dose of and candy cobalt blue, matched the exterior of the car.

The were taken care of by club buddy, Rick of Low Life Hydraulics, who worked his knowledge, style, and design the build to create a show-worthy The three-pump setup allowed the car to up, in order to expose the under deluxe chrome, paint, and Rick also took for the tubing, which was tied the hydraulic setup.

The interior of the car was not too far behind, as the complete was re-stitched in blue synthetic

After a two-year build, the was looking fresh off the assembly and ready for its debut at our San Bernardino show. The car featured original mounted on some G-Boys wheels. The full on display Alex from the competition, as land boat was ready to fully earning its nickname, Marine.

Tech Specs


Owner: Alex and Blanca

Vehicle: 1984 Cadillac Brougham

City/State: Lake CA

Cadillac Fleetwood

Club: Showtime C.C.

Danny D and Bugs tag-teamed the on the car, and then Felix laid out some pearl on the pinstriped and silver-leafed foundation.

Engine: 1989 350 5.7-liter with a mild Edelbrock cam and

Interior: They used a interior to modernize the Cadillac which were stitched in synthetic leather.

Hydraulics: Two Low Life pumps, three green dumps, custom powered by eight 31-series.

13×7 G-Boys Wire

Tires: Premium Sportway

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