I apologize for asking this question again, but I can't find nor recall the reply that I received, and for which I was very grateful, when I posted it months ago. I have a 1976 Eldorado convertible (fire-mist blue metallic with white leather); 20k miles; hand-pin-striped (under the clear coat) during a professional restoration quality paint-refresh. No other restoration needed. I'm trying to find out if there's any other distinguishing model information other than the fact that it's a 1976 Eldorado convertible. As I understand it the other model types (e.g. Biarritz, De Ville, Brougham) were reserved for sedans and/or perhaps for the Bi-Centennial edition. However, perhaps someone could confirm that since I'd like to be as accurate as possible when I list my car for sale very shortly.
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