’76 Eldorado Convertible shows to have 33,256k original miles, excellent condition. Original Firethorn red paint, white leather, white top. Just out of storage after 15 years with new tires, breaks, and first tune up ever. This is a beautiful example of a collectible survivor car ready to drive and show.
A little history; Original owner was a Pearl Harbor survivor and used the car in the Pearl Harbor Parades in Seattle.
This Eldorado is equipped with a long list of additional factory optional equipment, including Comfort 50/50 split front seats, driver and passenger 6-way electric seat controls, tilt/telescopic steering column, cruise control, AM/FM stereo with 8-track cassette player, Controlled Cycle intermittent wipers, Twilight Sentinel, carpeted full width floor mat, illuminated vanity mirror, outside thermometer, door edge guards, hard shell “Parade” top boot.
Notable standard Eldorado features for 1976 included automatic climate control, power disc brakes, power operated soft top with glass backlight, power antenna, Soft Ray tinted glass, and a 500ci V-8 with ultra smooth Hydramatic transmission.
Included with purchase of this car is the original owner’s manual plus, extra keys. According to the original owners family the 33,256k miles is accurate.
– Factory Red, White top, Red/White interior color combination
– 500 CI V8
– Believed 33,256k original miles
– Highly optioned
– Dual comfort seats
– 6-way power seats
– White leather upholstery
– AM/FM 8-track cassette stereo
– Automatic door locks
– Cruise control
– Tilt/telescopic steering column
– Hard parade boot
– Original soft top
– Pampered Northwest car from new