33K Miles Shown, TMU

429ci V8

Three-Speed Automatic Transmission

White Paint

White Leather Upholstery

15" Steel Wheels w/Polished Covers

Hideaway Headlights

Chrome Bumpers & Trim

Whitewall Tires

Automatic Climate Control

Cassette Stereo

Power Windows & Door Locks


The Eldorado was radically redesigned for 1967 as a front-wheel drive hardtop coupe, becoming the brand's first entry to capitalize on the era's burgeoning personal luxury car market. Promoted as a "personal" Cadillac, it shared the E-body with the second-generation Buick Riviera and the first-generation Oldsmobile Toronado, which had been introduced the previous year. To enhance its distinctiveness, Cadillac adapted the Toronado's front-wheel drive unified power plant package, mating a Cadillac 429 V8 to a Turbo-Hydramatic 425 automatic transmission.


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