From the Collection of Greg Page. Elvis purchased many Cadillacs during his lifetime for both his personal use and as gifts for family, friends and fans. The 1977 burgundy and silver Cadillac Seville V8 automatic being offered was the last Cadillac Elvis purchased for his personal use. The offered Cadillac was the very vehicle driven by Elvis himself on the day prior to his death. After his death, this Cadillac was gifted by his father, Vernon, to Elvis' fiancee, Ginger Alden. The vehicle includes electronic windows and mirrors, and gray interior with wood grain accents on dashboard, doors and steering wheel. The Cadillac was manufactured by General Motors and the body was custom-built by Fisher for Cadillac. The VIN is 6S69R7Q450607 with the odometer reading 57,994. The Cadillac shows signs of being well loved, with cracks to the back bumper, steering wheel and general wear overall expected with a 1977 vehicle. Elvis’ last car still runs and lives on just like the legend of the King himself. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated.
Overall good condition consistent with age and use. Minor dents and scratches to paint are evident in several areas, front headlights appear misaligned, burgundy tape near taillights, rubber seals are worn, hood is raised slightly on passenger side, evidence of rust near wheel wells, dashboard with minor cracks, overall paint in very good condition. Upholstery in good condition with wear consistent with use, minor crack to steering wheel, other minor signs of age and use on interior.