The Eldorado model was part of the Cadillac line from 1953 to 2002. It was the longest running American personal luxury car as it was the only one sold after the 1999 model year. The 1953 Eldorado was a special-bodied, lower-production convertible derived from the 1952 ElDorado 'Golden Anniversary' concept car with bumper bullets (aka Dagmars) from the 1951 GM LeSabre show car. For 1954, the Eldorado had a lower, sleeker body, a new cellular grille insert and a wraparound windshield. It was powered by a 331 cubic-inch V8 engine offering 270 horsepower and rode on a 129 inch wheelbase chassis.
This car was previously owned by a famous Hollywood movie star and the current owner is CEO of the Word Network and WADLTV38 in Detroit.