Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
classic 1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. In 1984, eight years after
Cadillac built its last convertible, the division temporarily
resumed production of a convertible version of the Eldorado
Biarritz. Cadillac reportedly commissioned the American Sunroof
Company of Ohio to construct the Eldorado Convertible, and only
3,300 are said to have been built. These Cadillacs were loaded with
all the latest accoutrements for the year, the cabin features
six-way power-adjustable front seats upholstered in white
button-tufted leather along with maroon carpets and simulated wood
trim on the dashboard and door panels. Equipment includes power
windows and locks, cruise control, intermittent wipers, automatic
climate control and a cassette stereo with a five-band graphic
equalizer. Backing this bright and shiny '84 Caddy is a 4.1L V-8
with a smooth shifting 4 speed automatic with Electronic Overdrive
giving you the luxury of power at the pedal with great fuel
economy. A red leather-wrapped steering wheel is mounted on a
tilting and telescoping column and frames a digital speedometer, a
gauge for fuel range, and a pair of digital Information Center
displays. The Biarritz is probably one of the most luxurious models
Cadillac ever produced, a car that drives like you are riding on a
puff of air, complemented with an interior that compares to a
formal living room.
1984 Cadillac Eldorado
Interior Color:White / Maroon
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