Cadillac is the epitome of American luxury transportation and has been since the beginning of the Automobile. Fast-forwarding to the 1950's Cadillac became the ultimate sign of wealth and status and the Eldorado was the top of the line and was the car you drove if you wanted it to mean something.
In 1966, this Cadillac was one of 2,250 Eldorado Convertibles to roll off the assembly line. The epitome of American luxury, they cost $6,754—without any options—and weighed a hefty 4,669 pounds. The 429cid, overhead valve V-8 engine was certainly powerful enough to haul this Caddy around. Rated at 340 horsepower, it was mated to an automatic transmission and had plenty of juice left over to run the power steering and the optional air conditioning. 1966 was also the final year for the rear wheel drive Eldorado making this the most developed version of the traditional Eldos. Highly optioned, this car has the rare bucket seats, power top, air conditioning, power seats, power windows, and power steering. A very low mileage example, never having any rust and it runs and drives incredibly well. Ready for top down summer driving, contact us today for more information.
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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.
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.