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1973 Cadillac Eldorado convertible

Classics  /   /  By Chad Tyson  /  By Chad Tyson

Measuring in at nearly 19 feet long, this massive piece of Detroit iron features 500 cubic inches of Cadillac power, Dynasty Red paint, and a top that goes down.  It’s said to be a 30,000-mile original with documentation and lots of options, including a power top, power windows, power locks, cruise control, and leather seating—everything you’d expect in a 1970s American luxury car. A shared platform with the Oldsmobile Toronado gives the beast a front-wheel drive set up that is reported to “accelerate and shift to perfection.”

The seller says this car is in great shape overall, with only minimal age and wear visible to the paint and interior. It’s had only three owners from new, and judging by the shape it’s in, the vast majority of its 30k miles were likely covered on sunny days with the top down.

The market for 1971-1978 Cadillac Eldorados has remained steady throughout the past year, with 268 bought and sold on eBay Motors. Good examples brought prices close to $10k, while excellent ones have averaged over $16k. Check to see how this one’s doing here.

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Jerry Ellis
2 years 9 days ago

What is the price of the red 73 Cadillac convertible?

Jerry Ellis