Wisco-converted 1975 Cadillac Eldorado shooting brake. From the seller’s description:
Rare and unique factory ordered through select dealers, this is a 1975 Cadillac Eldorado Shooting Brake (2 door Station Wagon). One of only two made in 1975 due to the huge cost over a standard Eldorado, my research reveals there were only 10-12 made altogether from 68-75. Taken from the assembly line and transported to Wisco for customization. Third row rear facing seat (folds flat for a nice cargo floor), leather interior, original vinyl roof with no rips, splits or tears, 54k miles, runs excellent. Power windows and power locks work as they should. From the doors and back seat forward it’s standard 75 Eldorado, 500 cu in carb engine, FWD transmission, front and rear seat, stock dash with factory 8-track player, etc. Again this is a factory ordered car through certain special dealers, not some hack job done in someone’s backyard. I’ve gone to car and Cadillac shows for 30 years and I’ve never seen another one…. I’ve seen lots of Fleetwood and Sedan Deville wagons, Milans, Opera Coupes, Talismans, Demarchand, Chicago, Phaeton, etc that everyone says are “rare” but this car tops them all ! For sale by private car collector owner. I drive this car weekly in the nice weather, runs and drives like a Caddy Eldorado should. One of a kind and most collectors haven’t even heard of it much less seen one. It runs and drives great, transmission shifts well, tires and brakes are fine.
Huntington Station, New York
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