1967 Cadillac Eldorado
Image Copyright John Filiss
The 1967 Cadillac Eldorado was
probably Cadillac's most significant addition in the 1960s. The front
wheel drive hardtop (no convertible was available) was based on the new
Oldsmobile Toronado that made its first appearance in 1966. The concept
actually originated with the XP-727 program of 1959, with the notion of
front-wheel drive coming to the fore 3 years later in 1962. Management
originally considered calling the car LaSalle, after the junior Cadillac
of the prewar years, but settled on the current model name of Eldorado.
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