107 E. Cedar St.
Bristol , TN
Only 1,450 Eldorado Biarritz Convertibles were built in 1961 which was only about 1% percent of Cadillac's total production for the entire year.
This particular specimen would be best described as a good honest survivor that you can drive and enjoy. Not restored and not a trailer queen but well preserved, refinished, reupholstered and maintained over the years as needed. Documented solid original Southern California history dating well into the 80's and been residing in Yuma, Arizona until now. File containing numerous California registrations and several mechanical receipts for repairs over the years and current. The current odometer reading (at time of inspection) reads 19,123 miles (over 100K) and a receipt on file dated 6-1991 with 11,364 miles shows a complete Long Block rebuild of the original engine (note: original core). Since 2006 the current owner has went over the car very well (over $20K) with noted items including, R & R service & reseal transmission, new rear suspension bushings, exhaust, complete service & repair original Air Conditioning (all new OEM components as needed), repair all windows to operate properly, repair power top motor operation, engine details and much more...
In closing, It all adds up to a wonderful and very rare driver. It's ready to roll...
Original 390 V8 Power Train, Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, Power Convertible Top and other factory equipment.
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