Jeff Is Selling This Extremely Beautiful, Rare Cadillac!
1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville
RARE, COMPLETELY ORIGINAL (not a restoration) with only one registered owner, this 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Seville is a knockout in its original Desert Bronze color and full leather interior. The Eldorado stood at the top of the Cadillac line. 1958 was the second and final year for the daring inboard 'shark' tail fins. Only 855 of the Seville Coupes were made, the same number as for its sister car, the Eldorado Biarritz convertible model…which commonly brings $200,000 and up.
This stunning car came with a standard 4 barrel carburetor and leaf spring suspension with coil-over shocks. It does not have the trouble-plagued air-ride suspension which was dropped by Cadillac in 1959. Paint and interior are in amazing condition; no rust! This car has been garaged its entire life by the original owner and looks virtually as good as the day it rolled off the showroom floor. The photos tell the story, be sure to look at the enlarged versions.
The Seville was equipped with every power accessory of the 1950s. This one has four brand new Coker whitewall tires and 15? Kelsey-Hayes turbine wheels, an electric eye self-dimming system for the new 1958 quad headlight setup, and the first all-transistor, signal-seeking car radio produced by GM’s Delco AM Radio (the only thing needing attention). Air Conditioning can be easily added. Wheelbase is 129.5?. Length is 223.5". 365 cubic inch engine displacement - 310 HP at 4800 rpm.
The prices of these gorgeous statements of American automobile design are going up. Even the most rundown of these cars are being bought for full restoration. This car is flawless in design and visual appeal, and will turn heads wherever you take it. This is an extremely unusual opportunity to get a one-owner 'barn find' all original masterpiece. Car is located in Kansas City, MO and is in storage.
Email your questions to email@example.com. Price $49,500. Vin # 58H081748
And here is another Seville in a different color…