” There’s no question that survivor cars are commanding more respect than ever before. Nearly every major car club has a survivor category and, when the word is attached to a credible car, prices seem to climb a little every year. It’s an understandable trend. After all, anyone can restore a car but the factory only bolts them together once.
This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado convertible is a survivor in the best of ways. Not only is it an ultra-clean unrestored example – it’s logged just 1,404 miles since rolling out of Cadillac’s Detroit line 37 years ago. Packed with a 500ci V8, TH425 automatic, and nearly every option on the list, this car was the definition of luxury in its day and continues to be a show-stopper. Regardless if you’re looking for a pristine Eldo to add to your collection or just want a low-mileage cruiser to enjoy on sunny weekends, this fully documented Cadillac is the ultimate. ”
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