- Engine Size
- 500 V8
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Automatic
1972 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible
For 1972, there were five models offered in the Cadillac line: Calais (two-door hardtop coupe and four-door hardtop sedan), deVille (two-door coupe and four-door sedan), Fleetwood Sixty-Special (four-door brougham), Fleetwood Seventy-five (four-door sedan, four-door limousine, and commercial chassis used in hearses and ambulances, etc.), and Fleetwood Eldorado (two-door hardtop coupe and two-door convertible)
In 1972, Cadillac marked its 70th anniversary with a refined line of cars that would set sales records. Cadillac built 267,787 cars which included a black Eldorado that President Nixon gave to the Soviet leader, Leonid Brezhnev. Introductions of the 1972 line took place in September 1971 with production continuing until July 7, 1972. Calendar year production peaked at 266,780 cars and model year output hit 267,787 units. It was a record breaking year. Only 7,975 of these Convertible Eldorado's were produced in 1972.
What a gorgeous automobile…nothing is prettier than a Cadillac Eldorado and this one has it all. Only 63,947 miles since new, on average less than 1,400 miles per year. This very well taken care of car features the 500ci 365hp V8 engine with the Turbo Hydramatic 400 automatic transmission. This convertible will take your breath away with the rich brown paint and light tan convertible top to the soft brown leather interior that will wrap itself around you and make you feel like you're sitting in your living room. This car is all original and will provide a lot of pleasurable cruising for some lucky new owner. Of course, it comes with all the luxury you have come to expect from Cadillac, like air conditioning, power steering, AM/FM radio, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, power seat, tilt steering column and a power convertible top.