The 1970s Elvis's Cadillacs
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This car, formerly belonging to the King, is displayed at the Louwman Museum in the Netherlands. Apparently Elvis didn't keep this one for long, he sold it not long after purchasing it.
According to Louwman Museum website:
This Fleetwood with its 8.2-litre engine was also built to his specification. Dummy headlamps were placed over the original lights, a generous amount of chrome was applied and thick running boards were fitted with a light-organ, which flashed when the car doors were opened. The dashboard lights pulsed to the beat of the music on the radio. Needless to say the interior has plush upholstery. A so-called ‘continental kit’, an extended bumper with spare wheel housing, was added to the rear. This was first applied to the Lincoln Continental, hence the name. However, on this Cadillac the housing is actually too small to take a real wheel.