A time capsule: This is an absolutely 100% original car (the only restoration in 32 years has been a new top) has only 7,500 miles. This car includes a documented history including the framed original window sticker and much more. This “last American Convertible” was stored at Betts Cadillac in Des Moines, Iowa for over 20 years and was used in parades and shows only. It sold at auction in 1996 and the current owner bought it in 2005. The 1976 Cadillac Eldorado was a true Bicentennial: only 200 were produced to commemorate America’s 200th birthday and to mark what was to be the last of the Cadillac convertibles. This special edition is Triple White with red piping on the edges of the seating, with red carpeting and dash, white hubcaps. It has the white parade boots, and a commemorative dash plaque to authenticate its production.
Visit the actual BiCentennial Registry for all remaining Cadillac Eldorado's worldwide by visiting http://www.bicentennialeldorado.com/registry.html ! There you will see the official registry of this Eldorado, alongside with Jay Leno's, the Saudi Arabian royal families', and every other remaining TRUE BiCentennial Eldorado in existence.
This vehicle TRULY is a piece of Americana.