This one-owner car is located in Connecticut and has 74K
V-8, 425, AM/FM 8-track, Air, Cruise, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Seats, Power Windows, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel.
1 of 2000 Classics made to commemorate the end of the big El Dorado's. Out of the 2000, 475 had astro-roofs. This is one of them, and it still works! It has power windows and locks which both work.
The Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz was announced to the dealers in April 1978. The Classic was a limited production Biarritz model with only 2,000 units produced between May and July of 1978. The Classic included the following options which were basically offered on the Custom Biarritz. There was the two-tone exterior paint, which combined the Arizona beige and Demitasse brown which was on the front hood and the roof surface. There were additional options that were offered unique to the Classic which were the two-tone interior in light beige and dark saddle, leather wrapped steering wheel rim, gold plated Biarritz script on the exterior sail panels and the trunk lid, and dark brown accent stripping.
The Arizona beige car was painted at American Sunroof with the Demitasse brown painted on the hood, and the front half of the roof was also painted Demitasse brown. The Biarritz trim molding was added as well as the dark brown accent striping. The special gold plated Biarritz script was also added. This completed the work by American Sunroof, and the cars were shipped back to the Cadillac factory.