First-Class All the Way, 'Rat Pack' Style The 1967 front-wheel drive Eldorado Coupe replaced the 1953-1966 Eldorado Convertible at the top of Cadillac's line. The knife-edged, ultra-contemporary shape was an attention-getter in 1967 - and it influences Cadillac design to this day. Although the chassis and underbody structure borrowed heavily from Oldsmobile's year-old Toronado, the style was totally unique.
Details of note: hidden headlamps within the body eggcrate grille, a very formal roofline, and the sporty open wheel wells. Standard engine was the prove 429 cubic-inch, 340-hp V8. Production of this top-line coupe was 17,930 - and there were waiting lines at Cadillac dealerships all year long.
This Eldorado Coupe, finished in Admiralty Blue Metallic, is a fully documented 26,500-mile automobile. The original purchase price in 1967 was $7,704.67.