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Camino, have you seen this?

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1975 CADILLAC EL DORADO, VERY RARE EL CAMINO BODY STYLING BELIEVED TO BE A FACTORY BUILT, VERY SIMILAR TO EVIL KNIEVEL’S WHITE EL DORADO, RUNS GREAT, GREAT DRIVER & COLLECTORS CAR

You are bidding on a good drivers condition, very rare, sought after 1975 Cadillac EL Dorado (with EL Camino body styling) with only 83,360 original miles and one of these similar EL Dorados was owned by Evil Knievel. This is an absolutely very cool, unique automobile for an enthusiast or collector. This example is complete, drives very nicely and is a ready to cruise. Serious on-site inspections are available by appointment only. This Cadillac has its matching # original driveline components, only 83,360 original miles on it, and is a unique opportunity for collectors in the know. If you have been searching for a rare Cadillac EL Dorado with EL Camino styling for your collection then look no further you have found one. Not much else is known on this Cadillac as the former owner passed away and sorry but this info is what little is known about it. Please pay careful attention to the details of this exclusive 1st time offered eBay exclusive private seller event.

the original caddy escalade ext?

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That full frontal photo is spectacular.:)
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Not only is it NOT factory built, it's not even as nicely done as the Mirage 'Pick-Coupe deVilles' done around the same time. The integration of the roofline & quarters into the B-Pillar & bedsides is no where near Cadillac design levels and it's not even particularly well done.

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Agreed with Balthazar about the awkward B-pillar and bedside rake,

(still better than the Honda Ridgeline though)

Just like the Coupe deVille Camins and Caddy Estates/Vista Cruisers,

this has seen some exposure on here before. :)

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Why can't we see beautiful colors and wood-designs on our luxury cars anymore?!

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I've seen a couple of Eldominos in this town when I was a kid.

Didn't look factory (or even coachbuilt) back then, and doesn't now.

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I saw it.

Sorry if I offend with this, but to me it is just a poor conversion on a huge, ugly, FWD car.

I'd derby it.

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no offense taken, it was on the main page of ebay motors and i just clicked it, truth be told i never really read the whole listing... auctions speak louder than words when no one bids hehe

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