The 1967 Eldorado was a great departure from previous generations,
which shared styling with Cadillac's De Ville and Series 62, the
exceptions being the rare 1953 model, and the even more rare
1957-60 Eldorado Brougham.1 #fn1 The front drive Eldorado's crisp
styling, initiated by GM styling chief Bill Mitchell, was
distinctive and unique, more angular than the streamlined Riviera
and Toronado. The rear end was inspired by the GM-X Stiletto
concept car.34 #fn34 This was the only production Cadillac to be
equipped with concealed headlights behind vacuum operated doors.1
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