My friend, Gerry Fenstermaker, got me interested in ’64 Cadillacs in 1974, when I moved to Los Angeles. “The Eldo’s the one to have…,” was his advice. In 1975, he bought one: a two-owner, black with black top and red interior—all original. It had about 99,000 miles on it and cost about $800. He bought it near his hometown of Allentown, PA. Originally it came from New Jersey, but the second owners kept it in their barn near Emmaus, PA, seen at the rear of these photos, which were taken when Gerry picked up the car. He drove it to L.A., used it for several months, then sold it when he became a flight attendant, which he still is. I think he sold it for $1600 to a fellow who was a restorer for the Nethercutt Collection in Sylmar, CA. I understood that this owner sold it to someone in Kansas City, and it may have worked its way back to the East. The car was in mint condition and ran perfectly in every way. Where is it now?