Some great shots of our beloved J-bodies in this old video
. That Skyhawk sure is pretty and that Pontiac steering wheel sure could use more buttons! Skip to the 15-minute mark
to hear about the new headlights on the Cimarron. Oooooh!
1988 Cadillac Cimarron
Just never see any of those cars on the road anymore. At least not up here in New England.
Ha! That was fun. 1986 was a very good year...
I was never quite sure what I thought of the D'Oro Cimmaron. There's one for sale, actually.
I never could understand why GM tried to sell the N bodies alongside the J bodies. Seems like they'd be competing, but I guess the N bodies were more expensive and decked out. Chevy didn't have an N body, right?
I enjoyed the flashback.The Skyhawk T type and forenza hatchbacks just kick A-- in appeal to me.Oh I did like the cav hatch too. I have to say the buick Skyhawk T type is a stepped up car especially on the interior side of the options.I have two super nice bucket seats that just are super nice (not in real life condition) right now,but wayyyy better than any z or yes type 10.
I don't know why they didn't make a Skyhawk convertible.
Who know's hugh I guess the same puzzled reason they did not offer a turbo in a say type 10 cavalier.I think they spread unique features among the line but,all did not share some individual qualities among them wheels,interior, and colors and or versions.I can say I have never heard of or saw a sunbird z24.Crazy stuff but,I think they did it with good intention to divide the like's of each brand and model to make it desired by buyers who might be loyal to one aspect of GM.