800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1991 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz is truly a unique machine. After all, the paint theme is pure art on wheels that will never get lost in a parking lot, and it will be the social media hit every time this coupe leaves the garage. But more than just the paintwork, you'll love this because it's a loaded V8 Caddy that has one of the highest prestige names, and yet, quite an affordable price.
The Biarritz has always been about having a distinctive Cadillac, but this goes to a whole new level. It's treated like an artist's canvas with a truly unique design, and the deep metallic element means the full package even changes tone from different light angles. This full paint package was carefully laid out, and you can tell by the way it respects the presentation of this Biarritz. There's a color-shifting full-length stripe, and it utilizes the Caddy's hallmark slender pieces of trim as its guide starting at the headlight and into the door line. There's also a trim strip that encircles this coupe, and it's used as a dividing line across the car. While the style is quite contemporary, it still has room for classic elegance with the white vinyl roof, whitewall tires, and added continental kit.
The interior is pure stock-style Cadillac luxury, and with a car that has averaged less than 1,200 miles annually, it all remains looking quite clean. The supple tan leather has the Biarritz's correct button-top design that looks like the sitting room of a stately manor. Everybody has their own individual space separated by an armrest, and the front wheel drive layout means a nearly flat floor, where each person has limo-worthy legroom. Everything you'd expect from Cadillac's flagship model comes in this coupe, including power windows, power locks, cruise control, a tilt steering column, armrest center console, and power seats. This feels like an advanced technology classic thanks to the Driver Information Center and the cool glow of the digital gauges. Even the automatic A/C climate control is a full digital readout.
This was the last year for the Biarritz name and the only time you could get the larger 4.9-liter V8. Caddy's engine utilized lightweight aluminum construction and fuel injection to give it the kind of brisk acceleration that keeps this coupe worthy of its premium heritage. These cars are designed for all-day comfort even on the highway, and so the motor is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. And it really provides effortless driving thanks to a fully-independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, rarely do you get a chance at a vehicle this luxurious and singularly unique. So while this is the last of the Biarritz line, that's not the only thing you'll be talking about at the car shows. Call now!
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