A nice Eldo. Not someone's idea of a nice car- this really is a NICE Cadillac. Just wanted to share it with you so you can have a short look at one of these. Not easy to find one at all any more. This one has excellent history as well. This is the Jim Reeves Eldorado. Jim was a singer of the same era as Buddy Holley and as a matter of fact, died in a plane crash in 1963. This car in this video was his actual car. After Jim's untimely death, the Cadillac stayed with his widow and fell into disrepair. It was purchased from his widow and restored.
1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible Barrett-Jackson
?ln=1232.2&aid=443&pop=0 This 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible
is scheduled to be auctioned on Saturday January 21st Lot 1232.2 as part of
the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction. Will Churchill, owner of Frank Kent
Cadillac, starts the engine and gives you a first hand look at this car
from his personal collection. Happy Bidding.
1960 Cadillac Eldorado Seville
Gorgeous1960 Cadillac Eldorado Seville. Restored and owned by enthusiast
Christer Malm, SWEDEN. Filmed in Nossebro power car show 2010
1964 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible 429 V8 340 HP
I thought you'd like a look at this very nice 1964 Cadillac Eldorado
Convertible. This classic is powered by the big 429 V8 and it's definitely
looking mean in black. Thanks for watching and commenting, we appreciate
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars in Fairmont City, IL (near St. Louis, MO)
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
134420 / 1947 Cadillac Series 62
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/l5erouf
Combining the best aspects of classic motor city style with a skilled and
thorough restoration, this substantial Cadillac is the perfect car for any
enthusiast who wants to ooze old school swagger!
An exceptionally solid survivor, this stunning convertible was completely
disassembled, carefully modified and professionally restored by Malone
Enterprises in Elkmont, Alabama. As you can tell from our documentation
photos, the car was purchased in flat black and only required repairs to
its hood and trunk to present a better-than-new appearance. Once those
panels were patched, and sufficiently shaved, six coats of primer were
alternated between six episodes of block-sanding, subjected to two
installments of wet-sanding and covered in six layers of blue paint. When
that paint dried, a thick clearcoat shell was sanded and buffed two more
times to complete a three year, $181K restoration. And two years later,
when the car's current owner came into the mix, he spent an additional $58K
on slick black paint and a fresh leather interior.
Restored by Mitchell's Racing Engines, and seated in a custom, body-matched
bay, this Caddy's luxurious, 500 cubic inch V8 benefits from a full-scale
detailing. At the top of its sinister black block, a silver-hued goddess
rides a polished air cleaner that funnels wind into a coated Edelbrock 850
carburetor. That carburetor feeds a familiar Edelbrock Performer intake
that's seated between big, "Cadillac" branded valve covers. At the front of
those valve covers, a modern HEI distributor sequences fire through 8mm
High Energy Wires. Those wires snake around ceramic coated, long-tube
headers that dump charred gas into aluminized, true-dual pipes. In front of
those headers, a custom fabricated Malone radiator sends coolant around a
quick-spinning puller fan via bright, billet pulleys.
Take a look under this super solid cruiser and you'll find a fully sorted
chassis that, despite its road-ready mechanicals, is exceptionally clean
and displays very few signs of wear. The front suspension was completely
rebuilt using a '73 Firebird sub-frame and, like the modified Cadillac rear
suspension, is currently fitted with adjustable air bags. Behind the big
engine, a proven GM turbo-Hydramatic 400
3-speed makes good use of a sturdy, 10-bolt rear end. And at the corners of
the car, traditional steel wheels spin 235/75R15 BF Goodrich whitewalls
around dreamy Fleetwood hub caps.
Clean, tailored and ready to roll, this Series 62's fresh leather interior
features a perfect mix of outrageous style and traditional American luxury.
The plush bucket seats are stuffed with firm padding and decked in
striking, two-tone patterns. In front of those seats, a leather-trimmed
dash hangs clean Classic Instruments gauges above billet components for
Vintage Air climate control. Below that dash, a custom, full-length console
centers buttons for the car's power top and air ride suspension under a
modern Clarion sound system. In front of the driver, a polished Budnik
steering wheel spins a color-keyed rim around a polished Ididit steering
If you're looking for a spectacular custom that you can drive AND enjoy,
don't miss the chance to park this classy Caddy in your garage. Call, click
or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!
Ride in a 1970 Cadillac Convertible
1970 Cadillac De Ville. Video and photos and cadillac songs. we have owned
since 1976. Video and pics from 34 years. Also see part 2 at
It runs great, all original motor and tranny. nothing done. 2 paint jobs
in 33 years, and 2 tops. Stats and Specs. My Rock and Roll car. 70 caddy.
Shows pic of all 10 models in 1970. Very COOL car. Part 3 at
133243 / 1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/8j2phku
A grand tourer whose rarity equals its comfort, this awesome 1984 Eldorado
Biarritz is ready for both the open road and a trip to your favorite cruise
Looking solid in its second coat of correct Strathmore White paint, this
two-owner Biarritz has been well-maintained by very fussy parents, and
currently shows just 68,801 original miles. The car spent most of its life
in the hot and clean parts of sunny Florida, and one close look reveals it
has never seen anything close to a harsh winter season. Aesthetically,
there's no sign of body rust or significant damage anywhere. Its long
fenders are straight, its door bottoms are clean, and everything is nicely
presented with a subtle red pinstripe that runs from the headlights all the
way to the tail lights. As far as fit and finish go, the big doors open
easily, close properly and seal up tight. The fender extensions that
surround those aforementioned tail lights eschew a typical cracked
appearance for correct form and factory solidity. Equally as surprising as
the body's condition is the absolutely brilliant white vinyl top, which
shows no major stains or discoloration, and retains tight and pliable
seams. The big chrome grille and bumpers, relics of an era that's behind
us, are in excellent condition perfectly matching the stainless strips that
line the car's rocker panels. The long stainless strips that begin on the
front fenders and stretch to the rear of the roof are bright and shiny, as
is the rest of the window trim. Glass is good all around; and all the car's
original emblems are present and accounted for.
Power comes from a reliable 4.1 liter HT-4100 V8 which provides an
excellent mix of torquey thrust and thrifty fuel economy. This engine,
noted for its advanced aluminum block, traditional cast iron heads and
beefy 8.5 to 1 compression, is a great luxury car powerplant that happily
goes about its business without troubling the driver or passengers. And
while you're not likely to take home many street racing victories, you're
certainly not going to be late either.
The only transmission available on the Biarritz was GM's sturdy turbo Hydramatic 325-4L 4-speed automatic which
drives a tall set of 3.15 gears. A traditional coil springs independent
suspension combines with a nice 114 inch wheelbase to soak up bumps and
road imperfections while remaining composed in turns. Naturally there's
factory power steering to cast away all those "drives like a barge"
comments annoying car poseurs quip. Likewise, brakes are power assisted
discs at all four corners. And all this cushy Americana rides on snazzy 15
inch aluminum wheels which spin 215/70 Michelin X Radial whitewalls around
Cadillac center caps.
This car's red and white leather interior is what today's marketers would
call "traditional American luxury." With wide seat cushions made of
glove-soft leather, it's like your grandmother's living room on wheels. The
red and white combination is striking and somewhat flashy, perhaps
suggesting that the people who ordered this car originally were more than
just "traditional Americans." The front buckets are comfortable, if not
especially supportive in the corners; but that's OK because this car is
designed to hammer across the plains of Texas at 80MPH, not carve curves.
The wood-trimmed dash and steering wheel are in excellent condition with a
full array of digital gauges keeping an eye on the car's mechanicals.
Electronic climate control was standard equipment, and at the push of a
button, it'll also tell you about the temperature outside. In back, there's
an almost limousine-like amount of legroom below a wide red and white
leather couch that's so big you'll have a new place to let house guests
spend the night. Everything works from the power windows to the climate
control. And if you don't feel just a little important behind the wheel of
this drop top, it's certainly not the car's fault.
Not a lot of these cars were saved as collector's items, making clean,
low-mileage specimens very difficult to find. And if you're talking acres
of cool per dollar, this Biarritz is the reigning champion! Call, click or
visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today for more information on this
1959 Cadillac, Fleetwood, "Barn Find", All Original 1 Owner, the Best?, For Sale
1959 Cadillac, Fleetwood, All Original 1 Owner, Concours, For Sale
This is a fabulous one-owner top-of-the-line Fleetwood that has accumulated
22,600 miles since new! We have invested about 300 hours of restoration
shop time making this one of the very best un-restored '59′s in the
World!! The interior is truly as close to new as we've ever seen, the
exterior is fabulous! The car drives beautifully, as you would expect for
a car with 22,600 miles. This is a concours quality all original
See more details and photos at www.classicpromenade.com or call Harry
1985 Cadillac Seville Slantback Classic Youngtimer Export ? Bustleback 1 Owner Car Guy
1985 Cadillac Seville & a Beautiful 1 at that. http://www.1ownercarguy.com
I LOVE these Old Caddies and Always have quite a few in stock Check out My
other Videos i JUST uploaded a Brougham and a Baby Fleetwood a few days ago
i have 3 Square Sevilles and a few others. This is an Amazing well Cared
for Youngtimer Bustleback Classic and is In Great shape it is RAre to find
them in this sort of shape let alone in Black. This car has very low miles
and is ready to roll. Make sure and call me up with any questions Natha
Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406 544 6919
I am uploading Quite a few right Now so Make sure and Check My Channel
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1971 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible Superfly Car
Check out this video of my 1971 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible customized to
resemble Superfly's car from the 1972 film, Superfly. This car features 22"
inch chrome rims, custom-built chrome headlights, all chrome trim, freshly
re-chromed bumpers, and an all new sound system complete will a built-in
back up camera. This car has it all.
Please pardon the grass on the front seat, passenger side carpet. The car
had just been shown at a car show, and the enthusiasts who flocked to the
car tracked grass inside.
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