There's nothing quite like a big red Caddy convertible. This 1975
Cadillac Eldorado has the big 500 V8 and acres of leather to carry
all your friends or family in style.
This convertible started out gray, but really there is no better color on a big Cadillac than this burgundy. After all, it instantly conveys the both the premium and bold personality that comes from driving a car like this. The red soft top looks new, and the color coordinates nicely with the deeper red paint. The final touch is the complete trim that includes intricate and upright glasswork to really give this car distinction while still paying homage to the tailfin era. This is a traditional American convertible that was big, roomy, and floated over the road with complete comfort. That legacy is what keeps the Eldorado still in demand today.
Inside is the kind of luxury that made these Cadillacs so special when new. You will find the kind of options that you would expect in a brand new car, such as a power folding roof, power windows, power seats, cruise control, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and provisions for air conditioning. Even the original AM/FM stereo is still mounted in the woodgrained dash. All of these controls have a cool classic look and feel in this well-sorted interior. The black leather seats show very little wear. Since the stitching is factory-correct, this is exceptionally well maintained, or the product of a nice investment. Either way, we know that you have size to take the whole family on an outing, but you'll surely ban any fast food runs that could damage this great leather.
A Cadillac is a cool cruiser, and there's a lot going on beneath the metal. So this very honest engine bay is filled with the monstrous 500 cubic-inch V8 motor that's happy to fire right up and idle for hours. Emissions regulations of that era had taken out some of the horsepower, but this Caddy has no trouble moving because it still makes about as much torque as a modern V8 Chevy truck! The cruising attitude is heightened by a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with discs up front. The suspension in this car must be experienced. You would think Cadillacs from this era are referred to as boats because of their size, but after you drive it, you'll swear it's because how it floats down the road.
This legend is big on space, big on torque, and big on luxury. The only thing small about this Caddy is the price. Call today!!
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