With only 3,300 examples stemming from a production run of only 2-years, it isn't hard to see why the top-of-the-line RPO YP8 equipped Eldorado's has a collector car status that is rather high; just as its original MSRP when it was new, causing it to be GM's most expensive car at the time of its debut. ACS Mclaren would convert what was once a coupe into a captivating convertible that would be greatly reinforced by way of ample bracing and a secondary subframe, making for a significantly rigid chassis causing a near equal weight distribution of 50/50. The convertible would also go on to feature a transmission and oil cooler, heavy-duty touring suspension, and an improved 3:15 rear axle. Enrobed in a stately Autumn Maple Firemist Metallic finish and ornately accentuated by a convertible top finished in white and a chrome trim embellished exterior, this majestic and all-original example has a mileage that is less than 25K, and is very-well optioned just as it has been maintained. When entering its grand cabin, you're met by the nearly untouched dark Carmine leather with its pillow-tufted texture. A purchase agreement, the original window sticker, optional gold keys, and service receipts accompany this immensely desirable and rare Eldorado.