This stunning example of a Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz has been meticulously restored to its original form over the past two years to its ultra-rare original Amethyst exterior color. With a total production run of just 1,800 vehicles, this is a rare car. All of the chrome throughout the car has been replated, and the stainless-steel trim pieces have been polished and buffed to a mirror finish. The interior has been completely redone, from the dashboard and gorgeous leather seats to the carpet. A new and correct convertible top has been installed, along with all-new glass and wide whitewall tires on show-quality saber rims. The matching-numbers 365ci engine was removed, repainted in correct Cadillac Blue, and all seals and gaskets have been replaced. The entire engine compartment looks like it just rolled off the line back in 1957, truly stunning. Great pain and care was taken in assuring this vehicle has kept to original specs. Everything this car was originally assembled with is still with the car. Since the recent completion, it has been driven less than 20 miles. It has an automatic transmission.
1904 model will be first from Indianapolis-based automaker to participate in historic British rally
Pairs of LaFerraris, ’57 Detroit convertibles and ’69 Z28s are featured
This is the 28th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
However, these aren’t old MGs turned into electric cars — these are brand new cars
Though focused on the British brand, other vintage off-roaders invited as well
Auction will remember Burt Reynolds, Las Vegas’ strong recovery
Large-format book will weigh more than 65 pounds