1967 Cadillac

Fleetwood Eldorado $29,995

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The first generation of front-wheel drive Eldorados were the true kings of spacious cruising, and so this 1967 Fleetwood Eldorado model has an instant distinction. And as you look over this full package, you're going to find a true classic style. That's because this Caddy even comes with a cool barn find story. And all those years off the road mean we also believe the low odometer represents the full actual mileage.

This generation of Eldorado really felt like it represented its era correctly. Hidden headlights, minimal trim, and a formal hardtop with taut vinyl roof gave this an aggressive elegance. So it made this feel like how Cadillac does a muscle car. This is wearing its factory-correct Regent Maroon, and there was even a more recent respray to give it a good gloss in the sunshine. This luster helps highlight the good sheet metal, so you really see the crisp lines and outstretched fenders of a proper 1960s Caddy. But nothing here ever gets too fancy. The story we're told on this one was parked in a barn in the mid-1970s and spent decades in slumber. It was resurrected correctly to be a strong runner and some details were refreshed, but it shows the right look of a car with history. So those form-fitting chrome bumpers have a big shine but still have the right touch of age to tell the story. And the hubcaps, badging, trim, and grill are all part of this detailed but vintage style.

The interior has a classic style that's quite inviting. Barn find cars can sometimes have their essentials deteriorate, and so this one makes sure it still feels like a luxurious Caddy by having the full carpeting recently replaced. And we love the look of the new seating with houndstooth cloth inserts. Details like power windows, power locks, and the C-pillar courtesy lights give this a luxurious feeling in the amenities. Features like the air conditioning and radio are still the stock pieces. They are nice to have as part of this very vintage dash, and you can restore or upgrade them if you wish to have the full function. And you'll appreciate the personal luxury layout with a large fold-down center armrest, tilt/telescopic steering column, and classic three-spoke steering wheel. So it makes for a comfortable classic cruiser for modern times.

The 429 cubic-inch motor fills the engine bay. There is an honest style and this V8 keeps its original spirit right down to the correct-style four-barrel carburetor. It's a torque-filled powerhouse built before emissions regulations, and so it lives up to its muscle car kind of style. But this is not a bruiser; it's a cruiser. The unique front-wheel-drive setup puts the motor's weight over the driving wheels, and it also allows for that flat floor inside where everyone can spread out. And you have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes to make sure driving this classic still gives you Caddy-style comfort.

Part of what tells this car's story so well is its excellent paperwork. So the sale comes with the dealer invoice, original bill of sale, warranty card, owner's manual, and uncut collector key. This coupe has a true cruiser style, and a unique story to tell. So if you're looking for history, luxury, and distinction, call today!

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Sub Model


Engine Size
429 V8
Engine Type
Transmission Type
3 Speed Automatic


Body Color
Regent Maroon
Body Style


Interior Color
Black Houndstooth
Seating Type
Seat Material
Vinyl & Cloth
Shifter Type

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