To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at Auctions America’s Fort Lauderdale event, April 1-3, 2016.
Chassis No. 6L67S5Q289285
Estimate: $ 30,000 - $ 40,000 US
Cadillac proudly associated their early 1930s classics in a number of single page ads for the 1975 model year. From a 1933 355 Phaeton to a 1932 355B Convertible Coupe and then a 1931 Phaeton; the 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible was stated to be built with the honored traditions of these classic counterparts in mind. The 1975 Eldorado had an array of standard features that was “unsurpassed in Cadillac history. “ With an unmistakable profile, exciting new interiors and many available accessories, the new-for-1975 was “then and now…an American standard for the world.” The Eldorado was the car to have when second best was not good enough.
The Eldorado being offered is finished in Gossamer Blue Firemist with a complementary blue interior and white power-operated soft-top. This is an unrestored car that has 1,430 actual miles and displays its original paint, interior and convertible top. As with all Eldorados of this year; it is well equipped and runs with the 500-cid, 190-hp V-8 engine that is matched to an automatic transmission in a front-wheel drive layout. Among the features are dual comfort power seats, cruise control, tilt, telescopic steering wheel, outside thermometer, AM/FM radio, reclining passenger seat, remote trunk release, air conditioning; power windows, steering and four-wheel disc brakes. The Cadillac is accompanied by its factory owner’s manual, bill of sale and other (non-specified) paperwork. 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible