If Hunter S. Thompson had actually driven out to Vegas in the depths of an ether binge, taken control of the Great White Shark, then actually entered it in the Mint 400, there could be .
And why not? Bizarro luxury SUVs are totally a thing—today. But imagine! Imagine if Cadillac had built a Sports Activity Coupe like the BMW X6 or Mercedes-Benz GLE. Now imagine if Cadillac had done so around the time of Elvis's chrysalis-like descent into Fat Elvis. Now imagine if you bought the thing and drove it right to your secret Man Cave in the desert next to your Robert Redford movie posters, your Shelby Mustang, and your snowmobile with ATV treads so you could drive it across year-round while blasting Ted Nugent. Finally, imagine Boss Hogg actually hunting and killing, with a Bowie knife, the longhorn which his Eldorado prominently features.
You'd imagine this exact vehicle. And you'd also be off your meds.
The seller insists that "it is not a Cadillac sitting on a truck frame." No, sirree. K5 Blazer builds are for the weak! No, "it is sitting on a Cadillac frame with a 501 Cadillac Motor. Really built tight." He also mentions that three years ago, he purchased it from a gentleman in Lake Havasu who had a dream. Just a man and his lifted Cadillac excess dream. There's no denying the American spirit when you're on a vision quest. Hopefully he drove it across London Bridge while performing a 2-Hi burnout the entire way.
If you'r ready to embrace Cadillac! Cadillac! Cadillac! style!,
(Hat tip to , who labeled this car "The Zenith of Americanness." Cadillac, if you need to replace that tired chestnut of a slogan…look no further.)