In 1976 the famous, California native Gene Windfield, along with traditional Coachworks in Chatsworth, CA, designed and produced the Cadillac Mirage pickup. In 1975 and 1976, the total production figures were less than 204. The car is based on a Cadillac Coupe DeVille Fleetwood body. This particular car is very rare in that it has less than 24,500 original miles on it. It is all original including the exhaust system. Both power seats work. The AM/FM/8-Track works, power antennae work and even the electric clock works. It has been one family owned since new. It was purchased from Brooks Cadillac in Scottsdale, AZ on April 29, 1976. The car is the 54th one of its run. Highly documented and includes the original 1976 Cadillac maintenance schedule, the Uniroyal tire owners guarantee, the space saver stowaway spare tire manual, the original 1976 Cadillac hand typed delivery build sheet with the Traditional Coachworks factory stamp and the 1976 Cadillac owner's manual.