Reprinted from TheDrive.com
By, KRISTIN V. SHAW
If you enjoy driving head-turners, a private seller in Middletown, New York may have something rather grande up your alley: a 1975 Cadillac Eldorado station wagon. Rockin’ a 1970’s Cadillac front end and a stretched-out body that looks like Elastic Man might have converted it for himself, the long vinyl roof covers a two-door body style and three rows of leather seats. The third-row jumpseat faces backward and folds down for storage, which is unusual in itself.
According to the Facebook Marketplace listing, it was customized right after leaving the GM assembly line by Roseville, Michigan coachbuilder Wisco and delivered to the Cadillac dealer with a full warranty. The current owner, Chris Liotta, says it’s one of only two made in 1975. Needless to say, this land yacht has a pretty face and the rest is stupefying.
Under the hood is a 500 cubic-inch (8.2-liter!) engine and automatic transmission. Inside, the Cadillac has power windows, power locks, and power seats. The first two rows are standard ‘75 Eldorado, complete with a stock dash and a fancy factory 8-track player. Hand me the Bee Gees cartridge, will you? Nah, changed my mind. This calls for Alice Cooper’s “Feed My Frankenstein.” And I mean that in the nicest way.
“So ask yourself,” Liotta says in the listing: “Do you want to have the same car as everyone else, or do you want to stand out? I’ve gone to car shows and Cadillac gatherings for almost 30 years and I’ve never seen another.”
For $30,000, this ballsy Eldorado could be yours.