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1967 Cadillac EldoradoReview
67_eldo_doeskin writes:
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Worlds Finest Luxury Car....of 1967 ;) — Overall appearance and body lines of this car are amazing. From any angle there is always something to look at. The pull of the 429 seems endless and gives a pleasent roar under the hood. If the disc brakes had become standard in 67 instead of optional it would have been an A+ car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Ride quality is outstanding. Power from the 429 is great. Interior materials and comfort. Handling is above average. Interior sound is quite low considering large car.

Cons: Fuel mileage is a real bummer. Some difficulty in backing car up secondary to being unable to see the rear end very well.  Cost of parts is high and going higher.

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1967 Cadillac EldoradoReview
Zain writes:

1967 Cadillac"el Dog" Eldorado — A 1967 Eldorado that I never though I'd actually like. I have always thought that "classic" vehicles were a waste of time and money until I drove this. For a 1967, this car has the following options standard from factory: Power seats, twilight sentinel (auto lights), power windows/locks, cruise control, thermometer. Rides and looks great, however the ride and look ratio is like a 'see-saw'. Some people will sacrifice the ride-factor in order to increase the look factor, so it is important to have a good balance. Cost of maintenance is unexpectedly high since this is an oddball year. All the parts are obsolete for this specific year of Eldorado. So expect to research and spend more. Gas mileage is about that of an airplane with it's 429 cubic inch 7.2 liter v8 'big block' engine. Overall, if you drive one that's maintained well and looks good, you may get a kick out of it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Looked great, attention getter, failry comfortable even with 26" wheels

Cons: Cost of maintenance, obsolete parts, poor mpg, slow.

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1967 Cadillac EldoradoReview
Rob writes:

1967 Cadillac Eldorado — A 1967 Cadillac Eldorado. It has 2 doors and has rear seats that can accomodate 3 people. The car can hold 6 people comfortably all with lapbelts. No shoulder belts in this old girl. She has a 426 cubic inch V8. Equivalent to about 7.1 litres. She gets about 7-8 mpg in the city and about 10-12 mpg on the highway. Cream colored with black leather interior. Needs some work but can be made to be perfect.

Pros: Smooth ride, nice acceleration, big engine, solid frame and body.

Cons: Gas mileage is a bit of a downer.

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1967 Cadillac Eldorado Review
GuruTFHMN says:
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Family Car Ranked 1967 Pontiac Catalina better.
"Its size is huge! Its kinda like a motel on wheels : l)"
Value Ranked 1967 Pontiac Catalina better.
"It is much cheaper maintenance."
Would Buy Ranked 1967 Pontiac Catalina better.
"Its maintence is low and easy and its a tough vehicle. And of course it is fast. I also think its a better looking car."

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2002 Cadillac Eldorado Reviews

Review By GuruG79MN

Oh yes a very beautiful car, but the price is way to high, they claim 8,000 miles but 25,000 is far to high, but a very beautiful car Read More

Review By Stj

The Eldorado is a fad cast it looking automobile but extremely unreliable for service Read More

2001 Cadillac Eldorado Reviews

Great Car To Own By marcdoug

This car can really get up and go especially on the highway. City driving its a smooth and quiet. However granted that i don't have a lead foot, but if you needed the extra horses they are there. The ... Read More

Great If You Can Afford To Keep It Going Or Have The Time By eller63

This car looks and rides great. It is a bit louder/noisier than I remember the caddi's of the 70's to be. I love the power of that North star! If you are a do-it-yourself type with moderate to goo... Read More

2000 Cadillac Eldorado Reviews

A Beauty To Ride. By CarCrazy2

This is an excellent second car. One has to have a desire to ride in comfort and with power. Impressed by the North Star engine performance at high speeds and plenty of reserve power to spare past 70 ... Read More

1999 Cadillac Eldorado Reviews

Review By Darrell

Im interested in the car myself looks nice if it rides as good as it looks Im getting it Read More

Rubie By Rubie

This car has it all. Beautiful styling, awesome power, excellent handling, comfortable ride. Safety in a high performance sporty and luxury car. The cockpit styling wraps around you like a glove. ... Read More

1998 Cadillac Eldorado Reviews

Review By GuruT5GL4

good looking rides great, superior gas milage....holds resal value very well Read More

Still A Beauty After 17 Years By SKYE

My husband bought me a 98 ESC the body is Bisque, interior beige leather. It replaced my 87 Eldorado Biaritz which had a Cadet gray body, interior gray cashmere both beautiful cars. I'm a widow since... Read More

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