Cadillac 1961-2006 - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Cadillac 1961 - 2006 market review 2020

For reasons best understood by people who own them, America’s most elaborate luxury car can very often be bought in excellent condition for minimal money. Consider the huge, front-wheel drive Eldorado with leather trim and power everything that is available as a coupe or Conv.ertible for less than $30,000.

Want an even cheaper Caddy? Grab a ‘compact’ post-1976 Eldo or full-sized sedan from the 1980s at under $20,000. 1961-73 sedans and coupes are more expensive, but still around half the price of equivalent models from the 1950s.

| Buyer's Guide: Cadillac Eldorado

There once were plans to sell CTS sedans as new cars through Holden dealers but that is now impossible and people wanting a late-model Caddy will have to buy used.

Sedan/Coupe 1961-64 $35,075 [12]

Sedan/Coupe 1965-72 $30,750 [9]

Conv. 1961-72 $61,700 [9]

Sedan/Coupe 1973-92 $20,780 [17]

Eldorado Coupe 1967-76 $25,500 [8]

Eldorado Conv 1971-77 $29,625 [12]

Eldorado Coupe 1977-90 $18,500 [3]

CTS 1999-04 $23,500 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2020 Muscle Car & US Car Value Guide.

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| 2019 Market Review: Cadillac 1961-1990

 

From Unique Cars #447, December 2020

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