1977 Cadillac Eldorado, 1 owner, 57,376 miles, White on navy blue
with navy blue landau top. The car is all original and stored for
most of the last 10 years. Possesses all paperwork from new,
including owners manuals, window sticker, warranty information, and
all service receipts.
Paint, stainless, and chrome present very well and the condition of the interior shows that this car has had a good home with a responsible owner. Runs and drives as it should with no issues and has had new tires installed last spring. Frankman Motor Company has been serving our customer's world wide since 1988. We love cars.
Rare Elvis-style Cadillac leads nearly 300-car docket
Big Caddy coupe has been driven less than 41,000 miles since new
This stunning example of a Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz has been meticulously restored.
Introduced in 1953, the Cadillac Eldorado was the automaker’s launch into the new era of automotive design, demonstrating the brand’s dominance in the growing luxury car segment.
The plan seemed simple enough: Let’s take old cars to the drive-in movie some night, just like back in the day when the cars were new.
Introduced in 1953, the Cadillac Eldorado was the automaker’s launch into the new era of automotive design, proving again the brand’s dominance in the growing luxury car segment.
The 1953 Eldorado represents Cadillac’s introduction to the new era of automotive design, again proving the brand’s dominance in the growing luxury car segment.
The Branson Collector Car Auction is one of the longest-running vintage car sales in the U.S., with its 37th annual fall auction taking place at the Branson (Missouri) Convention Center.
First, the seller of this 1976 Cadillac Eldorado convertible starts the advertisement on ClassisCars.com by thanking you for just looking at the ad.