FOR SALE: 1956 Eldorado Seville, the first model year of the Eldorado coupe. The car is in very good condition, drives well, and is quite presentable as you can see from the photos. This vehicle is basically an unrestored original, with 92,000 on the odometer. It has many original features - trim, upholstery, engine; I have had this car (in California) since 1988. An excellent choice for a Concours restoration, since everything is there and ready for a refresh. The car was originally shipped from the factory to Utah and was obtained from the original owner's widow. I have the build sheet confirming the ship-to location and other documents from GM, including a copy of the service manual.
1956 ELDORADO SEVILLE, Black with White top
V8 365 CID, 305 bhp @ 4,600 rpm
Dual Carter WCFB four-barrel carburetors
Turbo Hydra-Matic Transmission, dual range
129" Wheelbase, 222" Overall Length
Curb Weight 4,655 lbs.
Power Brakes, Power Steering
Autronic Electric Eye (Automatically dims the high beams)
Electric Windows, Electric 6-way Seat, Electric Antenna
Wonder Bar Radio (can change stations via a floor-mounted switch)
Sabre Wheels (Five, 15x6, 27 spoke, manufactured by Kelsey-Hayes)
Note: A/C was a factory or dealer option; this vehicle does not have A/C
Electric fuel pump
Signal Seeking Radio rebuilt, replaced capacitors, etc.
Replaced spark plug wires
Replaced all Shocks, rears are coil over
Halogen sealbeam headlamps 7"
Master battery shut off switch
Water pump & related hoses
Brake fluid replace
Battery CCA 710 GROUP 27F, located ahead of the radiator
Clean, flush, repaired radiator and both heater cores - 2014
Heater hose replaced, entire vehicle including within the vehicle frame - 2014
Heater water valve rebuilt - 2014
Repaint, restore vacuum reserve canister - 2015
Valve cover gaskets replaced - 2017
WCFB Carbs rebuilt - May 2018
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