Post by pureinsanity on Apr 19, 2012 12:02:42 GMT -6
Here's an article on the Cadillac Aurora, which was based on an earlier concept, the 'LSS'. Ironically Oldsmobile used both of these names, though the LSS was the supercharged version of the 88 LS whereas 'Aurora' was a primary model name.
Good find! It's completly different than the Cadillac Aurora that made it's debut in the movie 'Demolition Man'.
1998 Autobahn Black/Tan Interior swap 270k 1994 S.H.O. MTX 260k 1996 Trans Am WS-6 6M 2004 Volvo S80 2.5T Dolby ProLogic True Surround Sound/DYNaudio Speakers and factory 300 watt Alpine upgrade all around. 33 mpgs with a turbo and luxury. Love it.
I don't know how much people still care about the original specs and whatnot of the Aurora, but at some point in the future my links will not work (the aurora40.dyndns.org ones). You may or may not have noticed they've been spotty in the past as well. Someone may want to take up the mantle of hosting the various PDF's and such. As much as possible, press releases are stored in their own posts, but some artifacts were just not feasible to host as anything besides an image or PDF.
Hey there. I have a 1995 Aurora Black exterior and Black interior, and my VIN number ends 000067. My question is how can I figure out if my car has a low production number (like is my aurora a early production vehicle) I own vintage Ford/Mercury vehicles and there easy to decode when they were produced