RCC Motors is pleased to offer this stunning 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville. The 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville one of Harley J. Earl’s finest masterpieces, and was originally penned as a hardtop to incorporate many distinctive design details into the roof. And as Cadillac's flagship model they were frighteningly expensive when new, hence just 855 Eldorado Sevilles were built for 1958. Equipped with Cadillac's famous Tri-Power V-8, four-speed Hydra-Matic transmission, optional air ride suspension and every other power accessory imaginable in 1958; there are few cars that offer the same kind of turbine-smooth acceleration and luxurious ride that a 1958 Eldorado can.
The example offered here is finished in Alpine White with the Biscay Blue Leather Interior. As one of only 855 Eldorado Seville's made it sold new for the princely sum of $7,500. This example is equipped with the optional factory air-conditioning in addition to power steering, power windows, power vent wings, power seat, power brakes, autronic eye, saber wheels and is adorned with unique Eldorado specific trim. The original Biscay Blue Leather interior is in beautiful original condition and a testament to the original build quality of this Cadillac and the pampered life it has led. The exterior is polished and shined to a better than new finish and the car runs and drives every bit as great as it looks. Truly the standard of the world when built, this example is a perfect addition to any collection today.
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