Founded in 1902 and part of the General Motors Group in 1910, Cadillac exclusively builds cars in the upper premium segment.
Before World War I, Cadillac presented mainly unusual designs and from 1914 was the first to produce the V8 engine in large-scale production.
In October 1945, only two months after the plant had produced the last tank, the first post-war Cadillac rolled off the production line in what was now a striking and large, sweeping design.
In 1967, the Eldorado underwent a redesign. The Eldorado was technically and stylistically detached from Cadillac’s standard models. Not only that it received as novum a front-wheel drive, also the Design was presented outward very straight-line with long, continuous edges from front to rear. The so-called Razor Edge Design.
1971 followed the generation offered here, which carried a completely again arranged body. The new Eldorado looked much bulkier than its predecessor and was again available as a 1st convertible version of the Eldorado with front-wheel drive.
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This Eldorado offered here was used by the last owner the last decades in Florida/USA in his summer home and came recently with him to Germany.
Engine, transmission, suspension and brakes work well, but the right front fender needs some welding and a few small lights need to be repaired.
The top is in good shape and so is the interior.
The paint has been renewed in known American quality a long time ago and shows partial signs of use and partial peeling of the clear coat.
According to the owner it is a reliable car which he used in Florida in everyday life.
The Cadillac is duty paid and there is the data sheet, which makes an H-plate and new Tüv, after mentioned repairs, possible.
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