1st Registration: 1974.
Type of change: Automatic.
Tuition National. ITV the day. Documentation in rule.
Engine: 8/8080cc. Original Model. Imported.
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V8 engine to 8080 cc, fully restored in perfect state of functioning.
Vehicle convertible automatic, with a canopy in white with a bezel of crystal air behind and with a cover hood to the game.
The Eldorado model that was manufactured from 1953 to 2002.
1971-1978. Eighth generation. Production 1971-1978. Assembly, Linden, New Jersey, USA, Detroit, Michigan, USA body Style coupe 2 puertas.De 2-door convertible. Disposal the Disposal of the FF. Platform E-body. Engine of 500 cubic inches (8.2 L) V8 (1971-1976). 425 cubic inches (7,0 L) V8 (1977-78). Transmission 3-speed automatic. Distance between axes 126,3 in (3210 mm). Length of 224 in (5,700 mm) (1977-78) 224,1 in (5690 mm) (1974-76) 223 in (5,700 mm) (1971-73) Width of 79.8 in (2.030 mm) Height for 54.2 in (1,380 mm) Related Buick Riviera.
When full-size GM cars were redesigned for 1971, the Eldorado regained both a convertible and their skirts of fenders. The 126,3 inches (3.210 mm) - wheelbase version Eldorado would be until 1978, receiving facelifts in 1973 and 1975. The Eldorado, Riviera and Toronado share the new design of chassis And body. However, as before, the Eldorado and Toronado was front-wheel-drive, while the Riviera (which underwent three design changes in the same time period, including a temporary change in the platform B-body for 1977) was rear-wheel-drive. Sales set a new record in 27.368.
Although the glass door on all Eldorados remained frameless, the windows of the rooms in the rear hard top disappeared, replaced by a fixed "window of the opera" in the expanded pillar "C". This was done probably to comply with federal safety standards threatened to roll-over that was planned to come into force in the 1970s.
In 1972, sales increased again to 40.074.
From 1973 the Eldorado was removed from Fleetwood sub-series status and reestablished as its own series is totally different.
The Cadillac Eldorado was chosen as the car of security for the Indy 500 in 1973. All in all, Cadillac produced 566 of these cars convertibles special rate. Thirty-three were used at the track during the race week and the remaining 513 cars were distributed to dealers in the U.S. Cadillac (one for each dealership), which were sold to the general public. Total sales rose to 51.451. Eldorado now represent over a sixth of all sales of Cadillac.
A redesigned instrument cluster was removed during the model year 1974 (known as the panel "space age" instrument of the literature Cadillac), also shared with the Calais, De Ville and Sixty Special.
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