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1967 Cadillac Eldorado - RED! - CA - Not Mine - 6/30 Price Reduced

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For Sale on Craigslist  1967 Cadillac Eldorado in Los Angeles, CA  -  $16,500  -  No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist email to 38f5e956181e33d38898b6b36118556d@sale.craigslist.org


                                                               On 6/30 Seller reduced price to $14,500


Link:  https://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/cto/d/los-angeles-1967-cadillac-eldorado-coupe/7143641626.html


Seller's Description:

1967 Cadillac Eldorado

This is a one owner car it’s been with the family since 1969
The car has a clean title and the car has been maintained with receipts and I just spent about $2500 in repairs I had the gas tank cleaned up
New fuel pump
Rebuilt carburetor all the fuel system has been repaired and in great working condition
The registration is current
Up to date
I’m located in LOS Angeles by la brea and Olympic Blvd
Please only serious inquires
The paint is in good shape just has some cracks other than that the car looks great the interior is nice white leather


























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White upholstery is the worst.  Been there, he can spend hours, good luck.  I will stick with teal green Eldo of the recent batch of 67 - 70s.  Love the look of these w hidden headlights so a later one would have to have a lot going for it 

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I'm at a complete loss to explain how anyone--car guy or not--can decide to present a dirty, dingy, neglected-looking car and act like they're going to get good money for it. The trunk is full of leaves, for Pete's sake! Just an hour of light cleaning and vacuuming can pay thousands on the sales side. How can anyone just figure, "Well, the car exists, that should be enough."


Also curiously lacking engine bay photos--it's got to be a mess. Engine bays sell cars. Spend most of your time there, grab the vacuum, some Bleche-White, and the car will sell quickly. Leave it looking like it's been homeless for a decade and nobody will touch it.


This is exactly the kind of car that will languish on the market and the seller will think, the market is "bad," guess I'll try again next year when it gets better.

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