This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado is a rolling legend that's a true survivor with its original 500 cubic-inch V8, and factory colors inside and out. Yes, this cool coupe might just be the most affordable way to carry around all your family and friends in style.
Dunbarton Green, that's the color grabbing all your attention. Yes, it's a factory color, and it even shows signs of being the same paint applied in Detroit forty years ago. That minty hue represents the '70s so well, and it's far more distinct and bold than any earthtone you usually got from this era. To still get this amount of shine from it means, you know it has been well cared for over the years, and the same goes for the green vinyl top and matching pinstriping. In fact, it has had the same owner for the last quarter-century. These coupes were chrome kings, and that's why we love to see all the brightwork complete in place like the extra wide bumpers, bold mirror-like grille, lower body trim, and rear fender caps that are a nod to the legendary tailfin era. As much as this is a survivor, there are a few cool custom touches like the turbine wheels and the pre-war style Cadillac hood ornament.
Open the door for one of this coupe's coolest elements. That's the original code-32B green vinyl with comfortable plaid inserts. It's the kind of material that could only come from this era, and so people will marvel at how bright and complete it remains today. But more than just the seats are looking stellar. The carpeting, door panels, dash, and headliner all carry a rich green appearance that creates a very cool atmosphere. Plus, you get the kind of luxury that made these Cadillacs so special when new, and the kind of options that you would expect in a brand new car. This includes power windows, power locks, power seats, cruise control, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and provisions for air conditioning. The stereo is an upgraded AM/FM cassette model so you can even adapt to modern music players with ease. You sit behind the original Caddy three-spoke steering wheel and gaze at a clear gauge package. But it's not just comfortable for you. The flat floor of the Eldorado means it really does offer relaxed seating for six.
A Cadillac is a cool cruiser, and there's a lot of good going on beneath the metal. 1976 was the last year for the monstrous 500 cubic-inch V8 motor. Because this coupe has been about authenticity so much already, it should be no surprise that this is a numbers matching car. Emission regulations of that era had started to take 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 disc brakes at all four corners.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a classic that's big, roomy, and floats over the road with complete comfort. It's amazing such an authentic piece of American history can be so complete and so affordable. Call today!!!