Cadillac had long established itself as one of the world’s finest automobiles. Joining the Cadillac Club in the 70’s was an expression of wealth and achievement. The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado is best known as “the Last American Convertible,” seeing that many believed there would never be another American Convertible built. Because of this, these ’76 convertibles were considered a collector’s item instantly, and prices for the vehicle nearly tripled its suggested retail price of just over $11,000. Only a few styling changes were made from the ’75 to the ’76 Eldorado. The '75 cars featured a Cadillac crest in the center of each light, while the '76 models are unadorned. Also, the Cadillac script on the front of the hood was incorporated into the grille header in 1975, and was a separate part for 1976, mounted above the grille header on the painted portion of the hood. One of the only thing that substantially sets the two models apart was the four wheel disc brakes on the ’76 model.
Our Eldorado dons a gorgeous Firethorn Metallica paint, and has been kept in excellent condition throughout the years.
With over 28 years in business, Black Horse Garage’s experienced and knowledgeable staff can help you find the best cars; whatever your budget. We always have a diverse and high quality inventory of vehicles available and if we don’t have just what you want – we’ll help you find it through our vast network of dealers and collectors.
Call 203-330-9604 and ask for Scott or Chris or email us at [email protected] We look forward to finding you the car of your dreams!
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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.