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Make: Cadillac
Model: Eldorado
Type: Convertible
Year: 1960
Mileage: 70,121
VIN: 60f066066
Color: Red
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Chicopee, Massachusetts, United States

1960 Cadillac Eldorado BIARRITZ Additional Info:

I have one 1960 caddy series 62 according to vin number. I have checked vin and it says it is a Eldorado Biarritz . I have had it in my barn for 15 years and I believe it has been in another barn or storage for another 20 years from what I’m told. I can tell you that it is all original and nothing is has been altered as far as I can tel, it appears to be original paint and it is un molested. I did turn the motor by hand and it is not frozen. I can not give you any info except it is in storage and the guy that stored it there 15 plus years ago has died . I believe it was stored for 20 years before it came to me for storage in a garage . I do not have any paper work except that I can give you from me to you. This is a very rare car and only 1285 were made. I know because I did my research. what you get is a very rare car for a reasonable price . as you can see it is not rotted and is all virgin. I don’t care if I sell it but if the price is right I will and I will give the buyer a bill of sale and paperwork. NO RESERVE Call for more info. 413-887-8161

On Jan-04-17 at 12:05:32 PST, seller added the following information:

Cadillac began using the nameplates 'Eldorado Seville' and 'Eldorado Biarritz' to distinguish between the hardtop and convertible models (respectively) while both were offered, from 1956 through 1960 inclusively. The 'Seville' name was dropped when the hardtop was initially discontinued (1961), but the Biarritz name continued through 1964. Beginning 1965, the Eldorado became the 'Fleetwood Eldorado'. 'Biarritz' returned as an up level trim package for the Eldorado for 1977.

On Jan-04-17 at 14:25:30 PST, seller added the following information:

i apologize to all parties interested,i was given wrong information about the car from website which decoded the vin. it is not a biarritz it is a series 62 convertible. retract any bids if you are not interested in this vehicle. totally understand. it is still a rare car that is in original shape with no rot. you don't find these everyday. in storage for this many years. thank you