You can see it, can’t you? Cruising straight through to Vegas, windows down, your hair billowing with the wind, with nothing but your Elvis tapes to keep you company.
This 1956 Cadillac Broadmoor Skyview wagon on eBay is ideal for that, although it was originally intended for more than just you and your Elvis tapes. The listing alleges that the car was one of just two such wagons built in 1956 for the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, and was used to shuttle around 10 passengers to and from the resort.
The design of this 1956 Cadillac wagon was reportedly the work of GM’s own Harley Earl, and beside the two produced in 1956, some were also allegedly custom-built for 1955, and 1959. Mind you, they still remained exclusive to the Broadmoor, making this example a real “one of just a few” collector’s car. The “Skyview” portion of its moniker comes from the four large, stylish plexiglass panels in the roof, which facilitate a great view of the sky, and help shed some natural light on the interior.
Unfortunately, this 1956 Cadillac Broadmoor Skyview wagon costs about as much as you might expect for such a rare specimen, in such a well cared-for state. The seller wants $195k for it, with which you could just as easily purchase a fleet of about 6 Cadillac ATS sedans.
What you do with either prospective purchase is entirely up to you.