"Car #411 wasoffered for sale on Ebay in June 2015 and sold for $60,769. The vendor's descriptionread: finished in Black with a Black and White leather interior, is the most desirableof the post-World War II collectible Cadillacs. The car was originally restored in 2006when the body was removed and the frame was blasted and painted. Although an olderrestoration, it has been freshened up with a new base coat clear coat paint and periodcorrect carpeting in the interior and the trunk (the mouton was not available). Theengine, transmission, and brakes have been rebuilt as well as the carburetors. Also theradiator has been recored. The car has the original interior from another 1958 CadillacEldorado Brougham (the interior needed to be replaced and a factory original 1958Cadillac Eldorado Brougham interior was preferred as compared to a new interior). Theoriginal cigar lighters are included (cigar lighters in picture only, other items inpicture do not convey). AC not checked, components are there. Most of the chrome hasbeen triple plated. The lower front bumper has not been plated. The driver side mirrorneeds to be chromed and installed (see picture with parts). One piece of the passengerrear door trim needs work/restoration as well as the original wheels. You can have thoseor the five Sabre wheels that are on the car and the spare. The car is on springs andis not an air ride. Engine runs strong (click here to see video. This is an honest car thatneeds a little TLC.See pictures.Car #412 was owned inthe late seventies by Dr. James Crispen of Harrisburg, PA. Lateextra [12/2005]: Kurt Berseth of Norway, wrote this : The car arrived Norway one month ago and is in exceptionallygood original condition. The odometer shows 27937 miles. I will send more completeinformation and pictures later."