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1973 Cadillac Eldorado
The Eldorado was at or near the top of the Cadillac line.
The name Eldorado was derived from the Spanish words "el dorado", which is translated "the gilded one" or "the golden one" in English; the name was originally given to the legendary chief or "cacique" of a South American Indian tribe. Legend has it that his followers would sprinkle his body with gold dust on ceremonial occasions and he would wash it off again by diving into a lake. The name more frequently refers to a legendary city of fabulous riches, somewhere in South America, that inspired many European expeditions, including one to the Orinoco by England's Sir Walter Raleigh.
Body Style: Coupe
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine location: Front
Cylinder configuration: V8
This ride is pure Pimpin. Optima Champagne Bucket with Stand travel where this ride goes.
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