EXCLUSIVE: 1974 Cadillac Eldorado Survivor

What Makes It Special? This car has been well maintained and serviced car. It was a one owner when I got it and still has original paint. Everything is in great working condition, even the AC is cold. It has the 501 ci engine and starts right up every time. If you like Cadillacs you will love this one.

Body Condition: It’s wearing its original paint and the car is straight. I have replaced rear bumper fillers. Has a couple of rust spots at the vinyl edge but nothing too severe. Vinyl looks good and the interior is in great shape.

Mechanical Condition: Cranks up right away every time. Has been mechanically maintained and is ready to drive.

If you’ve been thinking about getting into land yachting, you really need to give Victor Q’s Cadillac a closer look! It really does appear to be in great shape throughout. Typically, the biggest issue we see with this era of Cadillac is the rear bumper fillers, but Victor has already replaced those, so this car should be ready to enjoy for a number of years. So, be sure to message Victor via the form below!

  • Asking Price: $7,500
  • Location: Baileyton, AL 35019
  • Mileage: 87,500
  • Title Status: Clean
  • VIN: 6L47S4Q432103

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  1. Ralph

    The color is sort of rare if its original, and looks like it is from the matching dash and seat belts, thats Cranberry Firemist Metallic, it was part of the spring edition colors that Cadillac introduced mid 1974.

    Looks great, seats look to be in good condition, no cracks in the wheel either, very nice. $7500 is pretty good price for a clean one of these, coupes don’t bring the money that the convertibles do, but you don’t have to deal with any top issues.

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  2. Stevieg Member

    My 1972 Eldorado convertible is the same color combo. I am not sure it is very rare, seen lots of them, hard top & drop top, just like it. Very pretty color combo, but rare? Not really.
    Nice car Victor, and I feel it is a very reasonable price. Good luck with the sale! Watch for mine. It is in for a repaint due to fading (was an Arizona car until 2016, hasn’t seen a Wisconsin winter since I brought it here).
    Sorry for mentioning mine here. Time & place, I know lol.

  3. Marty Member

    As an owner of several of these big Eldorados over the years, I can say that driving one is not comparable to any other kind of car. Rear wheel drive Cadillacs and other cars are huge also of course, but the front wheel drive and incredible low-end torque these have make them unique.

    Driving one of these at least one time should be on every car enthusiast’s bucket list. This one is a fine looking example.

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  4. Johnny

    I must say. I like the big cars. One day at a car show. I got to talking to a friend who had a old Rolls Royce. I asked if I could set in it. He said sure–you earned it. He knew I had served in Nam I got in the front and it felt like I was sitting in a Lazy Boy Recliner. I told him I loved the comfortable seat. He said wait till you sit in the back.Which I did. Their is alot of difference sitting in a Rolls then a Caddy and price too. hahaha Next time I,ll ask him if he has any Grey po pon

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