Rare ’57 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible, 1 of 1,800 produced with less in existence these days.
365 cui Cadillac (’56 model engine) with Dual Carburetors and Dual Air Cleaners. Automatic column shift transmission. Painted Red exterior finish with Light Tan convertible top. Factory White / Black Leather bench seat interior with center fold down console. Power steering. Dual exhaust with manifolds. Factory gauges. Power convertible top with parade boot. Power windows. Remote driver-side adjustable mirror. Padded dash. Aftermarket hidden glove-box Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo with kick panel speakers. Factory 15″ Sabre wheels with Coker Classics Wide White Wall tires.
These Cadillac’s are hard to come by in existence today. This particular vehicle is a nice driver quality vehicle body on restoration that you can cruise around with or take to the next level for restoration. Most frame-off restorations on the market for this particular vehicle are going for $110k-$160k on the market. This Cadillac is priced according to market with current condition in mind.
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