1976 Cadillac Eldorado Bicentennial Edition Convertible
Hidden away on an island, just imagine my shock when I received the call to help the estate sell their one owner 1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado bicentennial. The bicentennial edition marked the â€œlast of a breedâ€� that would roll off the Cadillac assembly line. â€œThis 1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado is one of the last 200 identical U.S. production convertibles.â€� All of these 200 cars have a special-order number and serial number that is in sequence.
Then to top off my shock with â€œSurpriseâ€� This Cadillac was hidden under a car cover, in a garage behind a canvas drape and â€œWOWâ€� only has 536 original miles is finished in Cotillion White with white leather red piping upholstery and dark red carpets. The engine is a 500-cid V-8 engine backed by a fully automatic transmission. This car is loaded out with all available equipment including the hard parade boot. Unique to this special car are the wheel covers, they are painted in Cotillion white to match to the color of the body.
1976 Cadillac options including 50/50 dual comfort soft white leather with red piping 6 way electric seats and white top, dual 6-waypower seats, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, cruise control, power windows, power top, power door locks, power trunk release, dual remote mirrors, dual vanity mirrors, outside thermostat, climate controlled air conditioning, AM/FM Stereo 8-track, illuminated entry and the infamous parade boot. Original vehicles of this stature that have been this well preserved are extremely collectable and very hard to find.