Home

1968 Cadillac Eldorado For Sale

Posted on  | Hits: | Stock No: #

$20,100.00

Cadillac Eldorado

Make:   Cadillac
Model:   Eldorado
Mileage:   41727 miles
Transmission:   Automatic
Engine Size:   472 CID V-8 CC
VIN:   H8102526
Documentation:   Car Owners Manuals
VIN Report:   Vehicle History Report
Financing:   Classic Car Loan Quotes
Shipping:   Auto Transport Quote
Warranty:   Extended Warranty Quote

1968 Cadillac Eldorado Vehicle Information VIN: H8102526 Stock: 201105 Mileage: 41,727 Color: San Mateo Red Metallic Trans: Three-speed Automatic Engine: 472 CID V-8 Title: Clear Interior: White leather Video Description 1968 Cadillac Eldorado  ? Top of the line Cadillac model ? Sold new at Parkhill Motor Sales Inc., Champaign Illinois on 12/07/1967  ? One of only 24,528 Cadillac Eldorados made in 1968 or almost 11 percent of all 1968 Cadillacs  ? Front-wheel drive  ? 472 CID V-8 engine, which was new for 1968, with four-barrel carburetor ? Turbo Hydramatic 325 three-speed automatic transmission with 2.94:1 final drive ? San Mateo Red Metallic exterior (code 48) with a White Cross-Grain Padded Vinyl Roof (code 01) ? White leather interior with red trim (code 454)  ? Automatic climate control, variable-ratio power steering, power brakes with discs in front, power front seats, tilting and telescoping steering column, power windows and power locks  ? Hideaway headlights ? Documentation includes a binder with photos, web information and parts catalog pages for the 1967-1969 Cadillac Eldorado As groundbreaking as the Cadillac Eldorado was in its debut year, Cadillac returned an even better model for its sophomore year. With its new-for-1968 motor, making 375 horsepower and 525 pounds-feet of torque, this car can break its fronts tires loose with little effort. Cadillacs had become ?the Standard of the World? by the 1960s but if there was one Cadillac that made even other Cadillac owners notice, it was Cadillac?s Eldorado. The Eldorado underwent subtle changes for a 1968 facelift including a restyled hood cutline to accommodate hidden windshield wipers, the addition of rear side marker lamps embossed with the Cadillac wreath, and relocation of the front turn signals to the outer edges of the grille. This example was made during the fourth week of August 1967 at General Motors? Detroit, Michigan factory and sold new on 12/07/1967 at Parkhill Motor Sales Inc. in Champaign Illinois. Dressed in a stunning San Mateo Red Metallic exterior (code 48), with a White Cross-Grain Padded Vinyl Roof (code 01). The car?s paint and trim are in overall very good order but there are blemishes visible at close range. The hideaway headlights from 1967 continued. The body is straight, the engine bay is in good order, the Optima battery looks new, the trunk is very clean and comes with a jack and a full-sized spare tire plus cover. The car?s chrome bumpers remain in very good order. This big, front-wheel drive Caddy rolls on American Classic wide whitewall tires, size 235/75R15 at every corner. Each tire is mounted on steel wheels topped with full wheel covers. The wheel covers are in very good order, as are the tires. Under that big, counterbalanced hood is a 472 CID V-8, which replaced the 429 CID V-8. The new engine, with its four-barrel carburetor, generated 35 more horsepower and 45 lbs-ft more of torque. The new engine incorporated emission controls into the overall design, as well as allowing accessories to bolt directly to the block itself, instead of being suspended by brackets. This was done to reduce noise and vibration. The new V-8 underwent over two million miles of testing before being put into production, which Cadillac boasted as proof of its durability and strength. Married to the engine is a Turbo Hydramatic 325 three-speed automatic and it is backed by a 2.94:1 final gearing. There are several driver?s convenience features ? automatic climate control, variable-ratio power steering, power brakes with front discs, power front seats, tilting and telescoping steering column, power windows and power locks. Inside, the car?s white leather interior with red trim (code 454) is in very good order overall but here there are a few blemishes. The front bucket seats with center console and rear bench look great and red carpeting covers the massive flat floor. The headliner above mirrors the rest of the interior?s condition. Several courtesy lights still work, and the dashboard and inner door panels are in very good order. An attractive new Rosewood appliqué was used on the instrument panel as well as the door and quarter trim panels. The instrument panel padding was beefed up and interior controls and hardware were redesigned to lessen the chance of injury during an accident. A careful inspection will reveal the many changes made between the 1967 and 1968 instrument panels, even though at first glance they might appear to be identical. The column shifter and Kenwood AM/FM stereo, with CD player, complete the interior. With the Eldorado being such a radical change for Cadillac, customers who bought one in its first year provided feedback to Cadillac regarding their new cars. One typical suggestion was that the car didn?t ride like a Cadillac, so for 1968, the spring rates were lowered and softened somewhat to provide a bit more cushion to the ride. New standard features for 1968 included power rear quarter ventipanes, which eliminated the somewhat unusual situation in 1967 of having power windows up front, with manual windows in the rear. Power front disc brakes were a much-needed improvement and all Eldorados received them for 1968. Production also increased to 24,528 cars, an improvement of 37.8 percent for the model year. Cadillac set its fourth consecutive yearly sales record in 1968, despite a 21-day UAW strike in November 1967 at the Fisher Body Fleetwood Plant in Detroit. Coupe competition to this Eldorado in 1968 included AMC?s Ambassador, Buick?s Electra 225, Riviera and Wildcat, Cadillac?s own Calais and Coupe de Ville, Chrysler?s 300, New Yorker and Newport, Dodge?s Coronet, Monaco and Polara, Ford?s Thunderbird, Imperial?s Crown Coupe, Mercury?s Cougar and Montego, Oldsmobile?s 98 Holiday and Toronado, Pontiac?s Executive and new-for-?68 Grand Prix. Documentation includes original manual, original service book, a binder with photos, web information and parts catalog pages for the 1967-1969 Cadillac Eldorado. If you?re searching for a classic Cadillac that was the penultimate in personal luxury in the late 1960s, you could hardly go wrong with choosing this Eldorado, especially if you?re prepared to add a little TLC to the mix. Stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today and check it out for yourself. VIN: H8102526? This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 41,727 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!? Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.  Credit Application  Directions to Dealer  Contact Us Options and Standard Features Basic Information Stock Number: 201105 VIN Number: H8102526 Model Year: 0  Apply Now Secure Credit Application Applying for a vehicle loan online is one of the quickest and easiest application methods. Our secure application is easy to complete, all you need are a few personal and employment details.  Similar Vehicles Check out similar vehicles in our inventory. View Inventory Contact MotoeXotica 2340 Cassens Drive Fenton Missouri 63026 View Map Ask for:MotoeXotica Classic Cars Contact: Contact Us Primary Phone:(636) 600-4600 Hours Mon-Fri:09:00 AM-05:00 PM CST Saturday:10:00 AM-02:00 PM CST Sunday:Closed Terms All of the vehicles we list on eBay are for sale locally. We reserve the right to end an auction early. All cars are immediately ready for delivery upon sale. Prices subject to change without notice and do not include Title, License, Registration Fees, State or Local Taxes or Processing Fees, if any. Please contact seller first for vehicle availability. Although every effort is made to present accurate and reliable information, use of this information is voluntary, and should only be deemed reliable after an independent review of its accuracy, completeness, and timeliness. It is the sole responsibility of the customer to verify the existence of options, accessories and the vehicle condition before time of sale. Any and all differences must be addressed prior to time of sale. No expressed or implied warranties, including the availability or condition of the equipment listed is made. EPA mileage estimates for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage may vary depending on driving conditions, driving habits, and vehicle maintenance. Selling a Vehicle? Create Professional Listings Fast and Easy. Click Here! Copyright © 2021 Auction123 - All rights reserved. - Disclaimer Auction123 (a service and listing/software company) and the Seller has done his/her best to disclose the equipment/condition of this vehicle/purchase. However, Auction123 disclaims any warranty as to the accuracy or to the working condition of the vehicle/equipment listed. The purchaser or prospective purchaser should verify with the Seller the accuracy of all the information listed within this ad. 1968 Cadillac Eldorado   ? Top of the line Cadillac model  ? Sold new at Parkhill Motor Sales Inc., Champaign Illinois on 12/07/1967   ? One of only 24,528 Cadillac Eldorados made in 1968 or almost 11 percent of all 1968 Cadillacs   ? Front-wheel drive   ? 472 CID V-8 engine, which was new for 1968, with four-barrel carburetor  ? Turbo Hydramatic 325 three-speed automatic transmission with 2.94:1 final drive  ? San Mateo Red Metallic exterior (code 48) with a White Cross-Grain Padded Vinyl Roof (code 01)  ? White leather interior with red trim (code 454) &#