Cadillac's flagship Eldorado luxury car saw a remarkable fifty-year production run from 1952 to 2002. Twelve generations were produced during this time. Aimed at the luxury car buyer, the Eldorado always occupied the number one or two spots in Cadillac's hierarchy. This 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible is from the ninth model generation and comes with 112,000 miles on the clock. It's reportedly a 1975 special order for added exclusivity. Would you like to be the new owner of this opulent Seventies land yacht?
Sporting a brown paint job, this 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible showcases its imposing design and road presence in a proud manner. It stretches 224.1 inches in length and features a cream convertible top. The wheelbase is just 126 inches, resulting in significant front and rear overhangs. We are told that the car comes with a new chrome grille, and the original grille is included in the sale. It rolls on whitewall tires and sports its original hubcaps. There's plenty more chrome in the bumpers, over-riders, and thin strips along the sides. Quad headlamps at the front and slim taillamps at the rear add to the overall appearance of luxury. Inside, you'll find leather-trimmed seating for up to six occupants in a brown and cream cabin that also sports wood accents. This, plus the chunky three-spoke steering wheel, lends a nautical theme to the interior. Looking closer, you'll find climate control, power windows, power mirrors, a power antenna, and a push-button radio. We are told that the interior has been reupholstered and that there's new carpeting inside this 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible.
A gargantuan car needs an equally enormous engine to power it at a decent pace. The original 500ci V8 beneath the hood of this 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible is just what the doctor ordered. Remember that this car was produced during the Malaise era, and the 210hp factory output suddenly doesn't look too bad. Torque is a far better 380lb-ft, and it's all sent to the front wheels through a 3-speed automatic transmission. The current seller reports that the car's been recently serviced and has seen a new CV shaft on the driver's side.
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