Nine model years after proclaiming the 1976 Eldorado would be the last American convertible ever offered, Cadillac re-introduced a factory ragtop for 1984. The two primary drivers for this were the U.S. Federal Government’s inability to develop roll-over regulations and Lee Iaccoca’s reintroduction of the LeBaron convertible one year earlier.

The 63K mile Cotillion White over Dark Carmine Leather example presented here has been with the private seller since 1989. The seller does not provide much detail other than the car features a brand new convertible top and a full service on the brakes. He also claims that the car has never been in an accident.

The private seller has his Eldorado listed here on Craigslist near Garfield, New Jersey for the asking price of $15,400, which based on the Hagerty Insurance online valuation tool for this model is fairly priced between the #3 “Good” and #2 “Excellent values. While you’ll need to contact the seller directly to learn more, on the surface this car appears to be a great way to get into the collector car hobby by becoming its next caretaker. Good luck with the sale!