Cybill Shepherd's Cadillac, Other Personal Items up for Grabs at Midtown Estate Sale



photo courtesy Aqua Treasures

Okay, maybe it's not quite the same as owning Elvis Presley's pink Cadillac, but if you're a fan of Cybill Shepherd, here's your chance to own one of her personal cars — a silver 1979 Cadillac — along with other personal items. Aqua Treasures is conducting an estate sale Friday, December 7, through Monday, December 10th at the former Hein Park home of her mother.

Items for sale include a couple of cars, movie posters, furniture, lots of jewelry, Cybill's personal guitar, kitchenware, and even a couple of old rifles and a vintage Coca-Cola machine.

The sale begins Friday at 9 a.m. at 615 East Drive, in Hein Park, which is the nice neighborhood just east of Rhodes College.

Go to the Aqua Treasures estate sale website to view pictures and descriptions of the items for sale.

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