1954 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA CAR! BEAUTIUFL GROUND-UP RESTORATION! ONE OF ONLY 2,150 PRODUCED! STUNNING COLOR COMBINATION! FITTED WITH MANY DESIRED FACTORY OPTIONS, INCLUDING: POWER STEER
1954 CADILLAC ELDORADO CONVERTIBLE
Finished in classic Apollo Gold with beautiful Black leather interior. This incredible motorcar has been beautifully restored and is now ready to be shown or driven. Coming fitted with nearly every available option, as well as its rare and desired color combination, make this the perfect collectible. We are proud to offer this investment grade Eldorado convertible to the most astute collector, investor or enthusiast who appreciates and understands the investment potential of this rare and iconic model. Bid with confidence you will not be disappointed in this truly magnificent motorcar! HISTORY OF THE 1954 CADILLAC ELDORADO: 230bhp 331 cu. in. overhead valve V8 engine, Hydramatic transmission, independent coil spring front and semi-elliptical-leaf rear suspension with live axle and four-wheel power assisted drum brakes. Wheelbase: 129″ The early fifties were a time of wonder and excitement in America. The war was won, the GIs had returned home and were starting families and building businesses. The economy was booming and Americans had a seemingly insatiable appetite for all products, especially automobiles. History would record that these factors would combine to stimulate the most exciting era of automotive excess. At the heart of it all was GMs traveling Motorama, a no-holds-barred display of dazzling technology and stunning styling. At the same time, Cadillac was on a roll flashy styling and high performance made Cadillac the choice of the most successful of a new generation of buyers. Young and exciting, Cadillac displaced Packard as the leader in the fine car market. New models were eagerly awaited, and 1954 was no exception. Introduced in 1953 was the now legendary new Eldorado. The 1954 model was improved substantially over the 1953. Brake horsepower was increased to 230 and advertisements boasted smoother performance and quieter operation. The 12 volt system, which was standard by this time, had been improved making way for more power operated creature comforts.