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1973 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible


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1973 Cadillac Eldorado title : clean

Super straight 1973 Eldorado Convertible. Original Arizona rust free body & undercarriage. 53,000 original mile car. Burnt Orange exterior with white leather interior. Top-excellent as well as interior. 500 cubic inch original motor & transmission. Michelin tires. Only issue is power antenna not working. No disappointments with this car. Same owner for the last 20 years. Car only driven here on nice days. Preserve this piece of automotive history in Texas. Ship it home! Serious only please.

Read More: http://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/cto/4438944496.html

This one looks very well kept. Perhaps even reasonable near $15,800 if it really as described. As with any car budget for ongoing maintenance and repairs, but this would be a fun weekend car.

What do you think? Well priced or pass?

Bruce

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The Craigslist ad says Clinton Township, MI, yet it's in the Dallas Craigslist???

I think the price is decent if the car is in as good of shape as the pictures show - it is a beautiful car.

Kevin
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If it's in Michigan now, I would be suspicious of its history, but even if it has spent a few years in Michigan, it probably wasn't driven in the snow. But, you never really know. The CarFAX or dealer VIN search might turn something up, or it might miss something.

As for the price, I would have to defer to someone who is more knowledgeable about pricing vintage cars. I will say that nearly $16K seems high for any daily driver car that is 41 years old, no matter how nice it is, if it's a daily driver or summer weekend car and not a show car. But it's not a bad asking price for a convertible in excellent condition. For this one, it's going to be supply vs. demand that sets the price.

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