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1967 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible For Sale

Seller: ARROWOFFICE

  • Location:
  • HOLLY HILL,  Florida, United States US   32117
  • Telephone:
  • (386) 547-3417
  • Member Since:
  • Sep 26-11:20
  • Listing ID Number:
  • 52264
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  • 18
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  • Price
  • $20,000 US Dollars
  • Ad Started
  • Sep 11, 2019

Description


V8, 57,806 Original Miles, New 134 A/C, AM/FM Radio, All Elec tric Windows, Electric Door Locks, Electric Antenna, Good Tires, Good Transmission

1976 Cadillac El Dorado Convertible A pristine example of the the Last American Full-size Convertible. There is one year that is considered the best and the most collectible. For 7th generation Cadillac Eldorados, it is unquestionably the 1976. This Eldorado was given rectangular headlamps, full rear wheel openings without fender skirts and overall crisper lines, which resulted in a much sleeker appearance, reminiscent of the 1967 and 70 models, which are milestones in Cadillac styling, although they lacked a convertible model. 1976 was announced as the final year for the Eldorado convertible and the car was heavily promoted as 'the last American convertible'. Having received a major facelift the previous year, 1976 Eldorado received only minor styling changes, including a new grille and revised tail lamp lenses. Not surprisingly, many purchased as investments. By popular demand, Cadillac reintroduced the Eldorado convertible for the 1984 model year, but it was a completely different car, with nowhere near the stature and majesty of the 76. As a result, the 1976 has remained a true testament to the end of an era. Termed land yacht might have been coined for this last American convertible. Overall length is 224.1 inches (18.675 ft). Curb weight tipped the scales at a full two and a half tons (5400 lbs!). Cadillac Eldorado used front-wheel drive, so GM could install longitudinally mounted V8 engines. A highly modified Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission sent power to the front wheels. It also effectively eliminated torque steer, an impressive feat given the Eldorados torquey V8 engine.

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