Elvis Presley's gold Cadillac sold on eBay

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Yes, The King’s 1965 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible has seemingly been sold on eBay for at least $119,900, having been flogged by US motorcar firm Daniel Schmitt & Co. Elvis himself co-designed the car (it says here), which until recently was the property of the Elvis Presley Museum in Las Vegas.

It’s finished with over 40 coats of Gold Pearlescent paint (which hopefully means it’ll survive the odd scratch), but it also comes with a poignant tale. See, Elvis never actually got to drive the car, as he died before it was finished.

Does it go though? Yes, it runs smoothly, and is still in its original condition, complete with gold discs mounted in the cover, and guitar-shaped speakers. Okay, you might need to install your own satnav system, but make sure it’s a gold one…

Elvis Presley Cadillac auction page

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  • If Ever an Entertainer had the Midas Touch it was Elvis Presley. The man with the Golden voice.

    If Cadillac ever had a Mascot…………

    “You’ll see me coming in a big black Cadillac….” from “Santa Claus is Back in Town” on “Elvis’ Christmas Album” of 1957.

    The lucky bidder will not have a, “Blue Christmas”, anyway!

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