"While I was driving a truck, every time a big shiny car drove by it started me sort of day-dreaming. I always felt that someday, somehow, something would happen to change everything for me. I would daydream about how it would be." - Elvis Presley

The 1970s Elvis's Cadillacs

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1971 Cadillac Sedan de Ville

This black Sedan de Ville was purchased new by Elvis on 7th July, 1971 for his Aunt Delta Mae Biggs who lived at Graceland. It was also used on many occasions by Elvis and his entourage. [Read More]

1972 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine

This white 70th anniversary white Cadillac Fleetwood 75 series limousine (VIN 6F23R2Q211200) was purchased and driven by Elvis Presley on October 6th, 1972. The interior is a combination of black vinyl with cloth including the extra jump seat in the rear for Elvis’ Memphis Mafia to sit. [Read More]

1972 Cadillac Station Wagon

Elvis's Cadillac station wagon (VIN 6D49R2Q163176) is cream with a black vinyl top, leather interior and has a small gold plaque on the passenger side door engraved with "TCB." It was auctioned by Guernseys on October 7th-8th 1999 at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas for $34,500. [Read More]

1973 Cadillac Sedan

The April, 1994 issue of Hemmings Motor News showed for sale: "Elvis Presley's 1973 Gold-Plated Cadillac: Loaded, 20,000 actual miles, absolutely pristine, completely authentic and fully documented, one of very few remaining in private hands.[Read More]

1974 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham

This was one of Elvis's favourite cars, actually owned and driven by Elvis, and has done only 17,000 miles. It is triple white, with every option Elvis could get, including a moon roof and flying goddess. It was used in his funeral. Shirley bought it from Graceland in 1980. [Read More]

1974 Cadillac Station Wagon

Elvis bought this new at Madison Cadillac on September 26th 1974, the same day he bought 4 other cars and gave them away. It is probably an American Sunroof Company conversion from a 4 door sedan and cost almost $17,500. [Read More]

1975 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado Coupe

Elvis purchased on 30th July 1975 from Madison Cadillac a silver 1975 Eldorado with red interior (engine no. 6L47S5Q257505). The cost was about $10,000. In September 1975 he gave it to his Dad, Vernon who traded it in probably after Elvis's death in 1977. [Read More]

1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado Coupe

Costing $14,409, this was Elvis's last "Vacation Car," and was kept in Denver, Colorado. Elvis would fly into Denver and drive the car to Aspen or other resorts. It has been modified for Elvis with added grille fog lamps, gold covered wheel covers, the initials "TCB" (Taking Care of Business) on the doors, and a radio and TV in the back. [Read More]

1976 Cadillac Seville

One of the most documented automobiles that Elvis ever owned. This unique car includes the original signed registration in Elvis' name, and was offered for sale for $99,000 from Startifacts. [Read More]

1976 Cadillac Seville

Only 55,000 miles, crystal blue with special grill. VIN - 6S69R6Q492056. Alleged to be the last car purchased by Elvis before his death (documented with copy of check). [Read More]

1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Talisman

This car, formerly belonging to the King, is displayed at the Louwman Museum in the Netherlands. [Read More]

1977 Cadillac Sedan deVille

This is the second last car that Elvis owned. It is gold, with a white top, leather and fabric interior, and spoke wheels. This car went to auction in July 1998 in Ontario, Canada but did not sell. [Read More]

1977 Cadillac Seville

This two tone maroon and silver car with wire wheels, chrome grille, built in CB radio and white leather interior was the last car that Elvis owned. It is a 1977 model Cadillac Seville (manufactured in October 1976) and sold to Elvis in December 1976. [Read More]

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