The last Cadillac Eldorado rolled off the assembly line April 22 at General Motors Corp.’s Lansing, MI, Craft Centre facility. The model, an ’02 Collector Series Eldorado, will be donated to the Cadillac Museum in honor of Don Massey, a well-known Michigan Cadillac dealer. The limited edition collector series models, of which only 1,596 were built, are available in Alpine White and Aztec Red, two of Eldorado’s original colors. The first Eldorado was produced in 1953 and featured the ...
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