For the Cadillac enthusiast looking for a collector grade Eldorado Biarritz, this car is a gem.
This car is an exceptionally nice combination of originality and high-quality restoration work. Between paint, new chrome and a mechanical refresh, nearly $40,000.00 was spent. The value here is obvious as 1980 Eldorados this well cared for just do not pop up for sale.
This 1972 Cadillac Eldorado is a triple black, 3-owner car believed to have just over 21,000 original miles.
If you are looking for a menacing yet classy cruiser, this 1955 Cadillac has such a good look!
As a final edition/send-off of the CTS-V Cadillac, a special edition coupe was available in the 2nd half of 2014.
This Deville is a wonderful cruiser and will do 80 MPH all day long down the interstate. The brakes and suspension feel great, and best of all, it still floats down the road as a Caddy should.
If you are looking for an ultra high-performance sedan at just a fraction of the cost, this CTS-V should light your fire!
For the classic car enthusiast looking for the ultimate cruiser, this 1949 Cadillac is quite the car.
For the GM enthusiast looking for a factory rocket ship, this CTS-V is mint.
If you are looking for an ultra high performance sedan at just a fraction of the build cost, this CTS-V should light your fire!