1972 Cadillac Eldorado 2dr Convertible 

The Embodiment of the American Spirit

8.2 Liters of V8 Power

The Golden One

Body Style: 2dr Convertible
Engine: 8.2 Liter 8-cyl. 500cid/235hp 4bbl
Transmission: Automatic 
VIN: 6L67S2Q437639
Exterior Color:  Cambridge Red
Interior Color:  Red

VIN Decoding: 6L67S2Q437639

 Digit                 Usage             VIN                  Decoded
1                      Mfgr                6                      Cadillac
  2                      Model              L                      Eldorado
                3-4                   Body                67                    2 door convertible
               5                      Engine             S                      V8 500-4v 235hp

6                      Year                 2                      1972.    
   7                      Plant                Q                     Detroit, MI
8-13                 Sequential       437639            437639  
Serial #                          

The Eldorado has many options:
- Air conditioning (Automatic Climate Control)
- Cruise Control
- FM & AM Radio
- Power windows
- Power Steering
- Power brakes
- Power Locks
- Power Convertible Top
- Boot Cover
- 6-way electric adjustable seats
- Adjustable steering wheel
- Power automatic trunk close latch mechanism.
- Hood Ornament
- Leather interior
- Wood Style Trim
- Seat Belts
- Vanity Mirror
- Interior Lights
- Map Light
- White Wall Tires

Comes With:
- 1972 Cadillac Owner’s Manual
- 1972 Cadillac New Vehicle Warranty and Policy on Owner Service Booklet
- 1972 Cadillac Emission Control Systems
   Required Maintenance and Warranty Information
- 1972 Cadillac Consumer Information
- Owner’s Manual Holder
- Car Jack and Lug Wrench

- Spare Tire

History of the 1971-1978 Cadillac Eldorado (Ninth Generation):
The ninth generation of Cadillac Eldorado is differentiated further from its E-body Oldsmobile Toronado sibling by the fact that it was available through 1976 as a convertible, as well as, two-door hardtop. The car grew in size and weight, but the 500 Cadillac motor lost horsepower every year due to ever tightening emission standards and crude emissions equipment. Performance was dulled but not ruined.

The 1972 model year had the most horsepower engine for the 1971-1978 run; making it more sought after due to having more horsepower.  Also in 1973, the Eldorado received a major facelift, losing the sexiness of the 1972 model. This Cadillac is powered by its powerful 8.2 liter V8  500cid/235hp 4bbl engine. This is the biggest engine that Cadillac has ever built. 

These Cadillacs were one of the most luxurious cars you could buy back in 1972.  The Bodies were done by Fisher and the Interiors were done by Fleetwood and are fabulous. Boasting massive Luxury and Personality.  Iconic quad headlights and vast chrome grill. Slightest tailfins flow effortlessly into the body.  Cushy bench seat giving you an amazing ride. When the top is down it provides an open air feeling and allows you to take it all in. Giving you a  world worth seeing with the top down. Always comfortable, fun and relaxing to drive. You can never go wrong with a 1972 Cadillac Eldorado.


Asking Price: $ SOLD
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For sale by www.motorcarcompany.com in San Diego, California.  Motor Car Company specializes in collection management, sales and brokerage of Collector Automobiles. 

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