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For Sale: 1967 Cadillac Eldorado - $12,100 - West Creek, NJ - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1967 Cadillac Eldorado - $12,100 - West Creek, NJ

1967 Cadillac Eldorado - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1967 Cadillac Eldorado, all original. Low mileage, with only 28, 683 miles. Will run w a new battery and typical treatment for a vehicle that’s been sitting about 5-6 years. It has been kept in a temp controlled warehouse.

Contact:  no phone listed.

Copy and paste in your email:  451e2a1776c33c049ed1b6c461122d61@sale.craigslist.org

 

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1967 Cadillac Eldorado.

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I have believe that the upholstery is NOT original and not to a Cadillac standard.  May I say it actually lowers my opinion of the car.  Moreover, with 28,XXX miles what was the reason to have the upholstery changed in the first place?  I wonder if the headlight doors are operated by an electric motor or by a vacuum system?  But overall it looks like a good car.

 

GLWTS.

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4 hours ago, deac said:

I have believe that the upholstery is NOT original and not to a Cadillac standard.  May I say it actually lowers my opinion of the car.  Moreover, with 28,XXX miles what was the reason to have the upholstery changed in the first place?  I wonder if the headlight doors are operated by an electric motor or by a vacuum system?  But overall it looks like a good car.

 

GLWTS.

Vacuum operated everything. 

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IMO why list a car that has been sitting for 5-6 years and "Will run with new battery" statement? Why not buy a batter and add a couple of hundred dollars to the price of the car? 

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1 hour ago, kingrudy said:

IMO why list a car that has been sitting for 5-6 years and "Will run with new battery" statement? Why not buy a batter and add a couple of hundred dollars to the price of the car? 

Sounds like it needs a lot more than a battery-more like a re-commissioning. The seller likely doesn't want to spend more money on the car, only to possibly expose other problems more expensive to resolve, like non-op accessories or climate control. The low-budget "upgrades" are a bad sign as well.

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