1960 CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ CONVERTIBLE FRAME OFF RESTORED AND FINISHED IN ITS ORIGINAL CHAMPAGNE METALLIC EXTERIOR COLOR WITH TAN LEATHER INTERIOR AND MATCHING CONVERTIBLE TOP. THIS RARE (SAID TO BE LESS THAN 200) PRODUCTION FACTORY BUCKET SEAT ELDORADO ALSO CAME EQUIPPED WITH FACTORY AC, OPTIONAL 3.21:1 REAR AXLE RATIO, AUTRONIC EYE, POWER WINDOWS, REMOTE TRUNK OPENER, RADIO WITH REAR SPEAKER AND STILL RETAINS THE CONVERTIBLE TOP HARD PARADE BOOT TONNEAU. EVERYTHING UNDER THE HOOD OF THIS CADILLAC HAS BEEN UPGRADED FOR RELIABILITY, THE ENGINE HAS BEEN UPGRADED WITH A 430 HORSEPOWER LS3 V8, WILWOOD BRAKE BOOSTER, ALUMINUM RADIATOR WITH ELECTRIC FANS, MODERN POWER STEERING PUMP, MODERN AC COMPRESSOR AND THE NOTORIOUS FOR FAILING AIR SUSPENSION HAS BEEN UPGRADED TO COIL SPRINGS. THIS CADILLAC WAS BUILT TO DRIVE ANYWHERE WITH CONFIDENCE, WHILE MAINTAINING THE CLASSIC CADILLAC STYLE. FIT FOR ROYALTY!
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