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Old 01-29-2019, 12:24 AM
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Default Sure looks like a '80-'84 to me..

I, am sure you can trust the seller they have 100% + feedback.

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Here is a picture of a 1973 Cadillac, and you can definitely see the family resemblance. Yet, they are both Cadillac's. Just different years..... The blue one is a 1980 Cadillac front view, and the red is a 1980 rear view. I will leave it to the casual observer to decide, if it is a 1971, as the title of the auction says, a 1973 as the reported VIN says, or a 1980 as the pictures that I have posted suggest.
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Well it sold buyer beware. I checked the feedback seller has been on Ebay since 10-18 and the 100 % feedback represents ONE feedback as a buyer NONE as a seller. I would not put up a dollar for this till I was standing next to it and had verified the VIN and saw picture seller ID that matched name on title.
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Paul, originally he had it listed on Top Classic Cars For Sale for 10k

Peter, you are correct. Those skirts were not a factory item on Cadillac "C" (Fisher Body designation through 1984) or "D"(Fisher Body designation from 1985 forward) bodies. And GM never had a skirt that fit over a rear wheel opening molding, the molding was always omitted and then added to the bottom of the skirt to make the illusion of a full rear panel.

Kent, must have been a "prototype car" as the first year GM introduced square headlights was 1975.
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It's back... this time listed as an '81... with a buy it now of $10,000.00
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