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    Default Could there be a 2021 C8 based Cadillac XLR?

    TopSpeed.com thinks -maybe- and dreams about what it could look like:

    https://www.topspeed.com/cars/cadill...Oi7WMgSBik5iAQ
    2008 Crystal Red Metallic XLR, 20,300 miles.
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    Mid engine 600 HP XLR
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    Got your winter tires on your XLR? My sis lives in Casper and tells me snow has already arrived there...

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    Shoot, anyone who lives in Casper Wyoming drives an AWD, 4WD or FWD in the Winter. Driving an XLR in the snow, mud and muck would be cruel and unusual punishment for both the driver and the car. I have an AWD Escalade and AWD Caddy SRX for all year around driving. The XLR is only used in beautiful weather when I want the top down.

    Tell your sister I'm sorry she has to drive around Casper WY under Wyoming winter conditions in an XLR or any other kind of RWD sports car.
    2008 Crystal Red Metallic XLR, 20,300 miles.
    2016 Crystal Red Caddy SRX 12,000 miles
    2004 Burgundy Red Escalade 110,000 miles

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    whats a snow tire???

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    Quote Originally Posted by long Tall Sally View Post
    whats a snow tire???
    Uh...Sally....If you -have- to ask, I fear there isn't the time or space here to explain it to you.

    Besides, if you don't know what a snow tire is, it's a pretty sure bet you've never needed them and most likely never will.
    2008 Crystal Red Metallic XLR, 20,300 miles.
    2016 Crystal Red Caddy SRX 12,000 miles
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    I have seen snow men, but always rubber tires. HAHA

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    The Michelin Man, Frosty and the Pillsbury Dough Boy are cartoon characters, NOT snowmen.

    For a real snowman as pure as the driven snow, Ya gotta use real snow to roll and build your own.
    2008 Crystal Red Metallic XLR, 20,300 miles.
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