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Convertible 500V8 - No Reserve

Make: Cadillac
Model: Eldorado
Type: Convertible
Trim: Convertible
Year: 1976
Mileage: 70,462
VIN: 6L67S6Q171150
Color: White / Blue Two-Tone
Engine: 500V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Brentwood, Tennessee, United States

1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Additional Info:

For sale a very nice useable Cadillac Eldorado Convertible. 1976 last year. Dual power seats, refurbished - new leather sewn in, new dye to match original.

Power antenna works (miracle of miracles) !

Has hard boot in matching paint in trunk bag.

AC works. New Hankook tires 235/75 R15 in the last few months, less than 500 miles.

What does this car need – eventually a new top – this one is serviceable, but aging.

Look at the pics – judge for yourself. White exterior, blue & white two-tone interior - very sharp.

Offered with no reserve at $125 starting price to cover cost of listing.

This is a used vehicle, and is sold as is, where is. I am a private individual selling from my collection which needs whittling down.

I had almost 20 cars, now selling the last few – saved the best for last.

On Sep-16-18 at 07:33:49 PDT, seller added the following information:

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On Sep-18-18 at 08:20:15 PDT, seller added the following information:

I am adding this note:

This car is NOT stripped of parts. It is not a rusty bucket. The paint is decent and looks good from ten feet. As each sits it’s an occasional special occasion machine, and is a great candidate for a full restoration. It runs and drives. The condition is between that of #3 and #4 if you were to look at the publication “Old Car Report”.

As a 40+ year old car I would caution you that all the rubber on the car, including the tires (unless specifically stated that they have been replaced), all the hoses – whether water, A/C, or vacuum, and all rubber or rubber like seals will probably need to be replaced. So will the weather seals around the windows. The A/C when charged runs cold in each case. That does not mean I promise you that it will hold a charge – simply that it has for the last two months. The tops on the convertibles work. The power windows work. None of the cruise controls work – my guess is vacuum lines need replacement – but I don’t know for sure.

They all look nice and all will need work.

The value assigned to the convertibles is between $7800 for a #4, to $17,500 for a #3. I would judge each convertible as being a $10,000 value if I were buying it, and is about what I paid for each of them.

The value assigned to the coupes is $3800 (#4) - $8550 (#3) for the 1976 Blue and 1977 White coupes both. I would judge the coupes as being a $5000 value for the blue coupe, and a $9500 value for the white Biarritz, and is about what I paid for them.