FIRST $8500 TAKES IT MY LOSS YOUR GAIN.... Have not drove car in a year time to find a new home... For sale a 1975 Cadillac Eldorado convertible. I bought this car thinking it was something I wanted but realized it's not for me. I just put 5k into the car new,Tires, Hubcaps, Exhaust Manifold, Oil Pump, Fuel pump, Air shocks, Roof, Roof motor, Antenna Etc... Also had the mechanic go through the car as far as wiring carburator and timing adjustment everything to make this car a daily driver. Car gets ALOT of looks and Thumb ups!!! Definitly a fun car to drive.But as i said car just isnt for me. paint and interior is in great shape as you can see in the photos. car has few things to fix to make perfect. spedo is not working roof works but needs adjustment needs new carpet things i have not got aroud to fix. this is why i dropped price from 13,500 to 10,500 Thanks for looking Brian
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