In 1957, Cadillac produced 1,800 of the Eldorado Biarritz models and, almost sixty years later, far fewer remain intact. The owner of this car is a longtime customer of ours and loves the Biarritz lineup.
In 1956, Cadillac began to offer the Eldorado in a hardtop model to sell alongside the existing convertible. To differentiate between the two, the hardtop was assigned the “Seville” moniker and the convertible was named “Biarritz”.
We’re happy to discuss any restoration plans you may have for your Cadillac. Give us a call at (845) 462-5959.