1976 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE Just completed a 2 year frame-on meticulous restoration. This included freash two stage paint, new bumper fillers, new carpet and insulation barrier. A new heater core and radiator, new battery, new fuel sensor, new exhaust system, new shocks, new top and rear glass. The air conditioning system was reconditioned and blows cold. The brakes were redone with a new master cylinder. This car has less than 39,000 original documented miles with two previous owners. The car was purchased out of an estate. All systems in the car are working including the radio, power antenna, wipers and cruise control. The clock was rebuilt. The top buckles down easily and fits nice and tight. The Brentwood Brown paint pairs beautifully with the buckskin top and the leather interior. More than 26,000 was spent on the acquisition and restoration of this Cadillac. http://www.barrett-jackson.comhttp://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/131022/131022_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #613.2

1976 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE

Auction Orange County 2012
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 613.2
Year 1976
Make CADILLAC
Model ELDORADO
Style CONVERTIBLE
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN 6L67S6Q209391
Exterior Color BRENTWOOD BROWN
Interior Color BIEGE
Cylinders 8
Engine Size 500
Transmission 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC
Description

For sale at auction: Lot #613.2 - Just completed a 2 year frame-on meticulous restoration. This included freash two stage paint, new bumper fillers, new carpet and insulation barrier. A new heater core and radiator, new battery, new fuel sensor, new exhaust system, new shocks, new top and rear glass. The air conditioning system was reconditioned and blows cold. The brakes were redone with a new master cylinder. This car has less than 39,000 original documented miles with two previous owners. The car was purchased out of an estate. All systems in the car are working including the radio, power antenna, wipers and cruise control. The clock was rebuilt. The top buckles down easily and fits nice and tight. The Brentwood Brown paint pairs beautifully with the buckskin top and the leather interior. More than 26,000 was spent on the acquisition and restoration of this Cadillac.