13 Responses to “Blacula El Dorado”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    I swear to God if I saw this in a used car lot I’d be driving out in it. Completely opposite of what my style is bbut done so insanely well. Those giant peace sign headlights kill me as does just about everything else on this Caddy. The spare tire on the side is a stroke of genius.

    I bet you it’s the smoothest ride under the sun.

    What year Caddy did this start out being?

  2. Markydoodle

    Mark Milligan

    Thanks Allee! How cool are those headlights.

    I can’t remember what year it was now. Maybe a ’71? Looks like it could be anywhere from a ’71 to a ’73.

  3. windupkitty

    windupkitty

    SAAAWEEET BABY JESUS!!! This is a super fly ride!!!! I had a cat named Blacula. Not a joke. I loved leaning out the back door and calling “Blaaaaaacula”…And it was a female…

  4. windupkitty

    windupkitty

    I’m convinced that Blacula might have inspired the tracks Dracula part and 2 on Jimmy Castor’s E-Man Groovin’ record….

    Good evening, what’s happening, what it is, what it look like, GET DOWN!!

  5. michaelmishaw

    michaelmishaw

    Man, this is tha sh*t! The peace signs in the headlights look like Mercedes logos, which threw me off at first. The colors of the license plate makes me think it could an older California plate. Could this be a restored prop vehicle from the actual movie?!