1976 Cadillac Eldorado. The Eldorado name plate was used the top of line Cadillac's for the first couple generations. Starting in 1971 the Eldorado would take on its 7th rendition and became what most people know as a Cadillac. Big, comfortable, and just more of everything in general was the new Cadillac. The Eldorado had grown to an astonishing 19 ft and looking even longer when the custom fender skirts were added. The new style did wonders for sales with over 51k being sold in 73 it seemed that everything was going great. In 76 GM heavily promoted the Eldorado as the last American car which many purchased them as investments. This one is a very good example of that. This Cadillac will go great in any collection. Painted fleethorn red, the body is excellent condition. With the white soft opera top the beautiful exterior pops that much more and makes this Cadi one of the few cars that look just as good sitting still. Pop the hood and the huge, freshly rebuilt 500 CI motor looks right at home and even has room to spare. The chrome bumper upfront is in good condition and is a quality piece that only Fleetwood could produce. The interior is exactly what you can expect from Cadillac, Big, comfortable, and full of luxuries. The white leather is in exceptional condition with the padding and cushion being just as nice. This Eldorado includes, AC, AM/FM/8 track, Cruise, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, 6-way Power Seats, Power Windows, Telescopic wheel, Seat Belts, Leather Interior, Wood grain package,White Walls, Hub Caps, and Radial Tires.