1985 Cadillac Eldorado Biaritz convertible for sale with test drive, walk through video
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Freshly rebuilt fuel injected Cadillac 4100V-8, Overdrive automatic
transmission, front wheel drive for all weather performance,brand new
mirror finish Classic White paint, red supple leather power seat interior,
new white power convertible top w/matching boot, factory leather wrapped
steering wheel, power disc brakes- power steering, power windows & door
locks, tilt wheel, cruise control, twin lighted vanity mirrors, "Twilight
Sentinel" (Automatic headlights), optional "Symphony Sound" system
w/EQ/Dolby noise reduction, wire wheel covers w/white stripe radials. A
real future classic with great style .
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CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ 1959 - Modest test drive - Engine sound | SCC TV
Recently we came across this beautiful Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz 1959 at
The Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. We took the car for a little spin!
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Unlike the Cadillac Sixty Special and De Ville, Eldorado did not have a
unique luxury package to provide it with a title change (such as the
"d'Elegance" package). This was rectified in mid-year 1976 with the
Biarritz package. A unique trim feature of Biarritz, a name that had not
been used since the 1964 model year (although the Eldorado was Fleetwood
bodied from the 1963 model year on, the Fleetwood designation was only
applied to all Eldorados produced from the 1965 through 1972 model years)
was a brushed stainless steel roof covering the front passenger compartment
for model years 1979-1985. This was a styling cue reminiscent of the
1957/58 Eldorado Brougham. The rear half of the roof was covered with a
heavily padded landau vinyl top accented with large "opera" lights. The
interior featured "pillowed"-style, "tufted" velour or leather seating,
with contrasting piping, along with an array of other options available.
For example, the 1978 Biarritz option packages consisted of the Eldorado
Custom Biarritz ($1,865.00); w/Astroroof ($2,946.00); w/Sunroof ($2,746.00)
and Eldorado Custom Biarritz Classic ($2,466.00); w/Astroroof ($3,547.00);
For the 1978 Eldorado model year only, there were 2,000 Eldorado Custom
Biarritz Classics produced in Two-Tone Arizona Beige/Demitasse Brown
consisting of 1,499 with no Astroroofs or no Sunroofs; 475 with Astroroofs;
25 with Sunroofs and only one (1) was produced with Power Sliding
The Biarritz option stayed with the Eldorado through the 1991 model year.
Some of the original styling cues vanished after the 1985 model year, such
as the brushed stainless steel roofing and the interior seating designs,
but the Biarritz remained unique just the same.