Gateway Classic Cars Detroit is proud to present this 1974 Cadillac
Eldorado. Cadillac has always been at the top of the American
Luxury car manufacturer market. Building beautiful cars since 1902.
General Motors bought the Cadillac brand in 1909 and transformed it
into the premier luxury car market niche it is today. Cadillac was
setting the standard for technological advances which included
electrical, safety and the introduction of a V-8 engine that could
be mass-produced. Setting standards that can be reflected in the
automotive industry even today.This 1974 is the definition of "Land
Yacht" because it has with a curb weight of 4900lbs and a length of
224.1 inches. This 1974 Cadillac Eldorado is painted in Colonial
Yellow with one of the most luxurious white leather interiors
Cadillac ever produced. Under the hood of his beauty is the big 500
CID V-8 Engine attached to a THM three-speed transmission. Comfort
features include power steering. power brakes, air conditioning
(needs charge), AM/FM/ radio, tilt/ telescopic steering wheel,
cruise, power windows, power locks, power seats and a power trunk
release.This 1974 Eldorado is a 1 family car, and the 31k mileage
is believed to be true. It even smells new! A car that drives like
you are riding on a puff of air, complemented with an interior that
compares to a formal living room.
1974 Cadillac Eldorado
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