Tipper Jon seems to have a bad case of Cadillac fever. In between internet searches he writes us: imagine the security of floating down the highway at triple digit speeds, secure in the knowledge that very few other vehicles could present a threat to your safety, ensconced as you are in a 1967 Eldorado, seated behind yards of Detroit steel. In fact, it is arguable that you might not notice a collision with anything smaller than a Taurus. If this is your idea of motoring (and you have family in the gasoline & oil business), check out this handsomely preserved example of the some of 1967’s finest American iron. But I strongly suggest you measure your garage before you buy. Find this 1967 Cadillac Eldorado for sale in Harlingen, TX for $10,000 via craigslist.
Light details from the seller:
1967 Cadillac ELDORADO very callictible car runs and drives like a Cadillac nice and smooth nice car no rust asking $10,000 call or text no PAY PAL
The outside of the car looks absolutely gorgeous. You are then scrolling through the pictures and whamo the curve ball hits you. Who the hell spec’d out the funky green interior? It is certainly different, but can’t help thinking a red or black would be more appealing today.
This has to be one of the coolest rear ends on any American land yacht. The single exhaust pipe is a crime. A car of this magnitude demands dual exhaust.
See a nicer vintage Caddy to cruise the open road? email firstname.lastname@example.org