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Automotive Mileposts  
Standard Equipment
1967
Fleetwood Eldorado by Cadillac
429 Cubic Inch V-8 Engine (340 Horsepower)
Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission
Power Brakes
Variable Ratio Power Steering
Heater and Defroster
Ash Trays, Front and Rear
Automatic Level Control
Cigarette Lighters, Front and Rear
Power Front Seat Adjustment
Lights: front ash receiver, dual backup, front cornering,
     rear compartment, courtesy (automatic), directional
     indicators, glove box (automatic), luggage
     compartment (automatic), and map
Glare-Reducing Padded Rim Rear-View Mirror
Outside Remote Control Mirror
Padded Instrument Panel
Illuminated Reflectors on Door Panels
Front and Rear Seat Belts with Outboard Retractors
Visor Vanity Mirror
Padded Sun Visors
Slotted Wheel Discs
Three-Speed Windshield Wipers with Washers
Power Window Regulators (Front)
Automatic Parking Brake Release
Retractable Headlamp Covers
Energy Absorbing Steering Column
Folding Front Seat Back Latches
Hazard Warning System
Triple Braking System with Warning Light
Anchors for Optional Shoulder Straps
Lane Change Signal Feature
Turn Indicators on Top of Front Fenders
Outside Air Ventilation System
Front Wheel Drive
Eldorado Wheel Disc
Wheel Discs were exclusive to the Eldorado, slots provided flow of air to aid in cooling brakes.
Retractable Headlamps
Retractable Headlamps were a big styling trend for 1967, so much so that virtually all of the cars in the personal luxury class featured them.
Instrument Panel
Eldorado shared instrument panel with other Cadillac models for 1967; note the courtesy lights cleverly mounted at each lower end of the panel. Glove box was larger for 1967, the steering wheel featured a softly padded center section, and all controls and instruments are laid out for easy access and viewing.