1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
Chassis no. 1G6AL6780EE660353
The Eldorado model was the longest running American personal luxury car as part of the Cadillac line from 1953 to 2002.
Although cars bearing the name varied considerably in bodystyle and mechanical layout during this long period, the Eldorado models were always near the top of the Cadillac line.
Unlike the Fleetwood and de Ville models, Eldorado didn't 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. The interior featured "pillowed"-style [traditionally known as "tufted"] velour or leather seating, with contrasting piping, along with an array of other options available.
The Biarritz option stayed with the Eldorado through the 1991 model year.
The car offered here showing only 63,002 miles from new, features a customized soft-top conversion.