The 1957-1960 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham was a four-door hardtop that featured a "Modern Formal" look that stood out among its competitors. Learn about the origins of the classic Cadillac Eldorado Brougham.
The 1959 Cadillac Cyclone was the last of a short-lived genre of 'dream cars.' Compact but flamboyant, the Cyclone marked the end of an era and capped Harley Earl's career that started in Detroit in 1926. Read more about this futuristic car.
ï¿½Over the years, "Eldorado" thus came to represent the best of everything: opulence, wealth, the good life. It was also a completely logical name for a stunning new convertible from Cadillac. Read about the prestigious 1953-1966 Cadillac Eldorado.
The 1953 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Eldorado was the sportiest Cadillac ever. This car has historical importance due to the high performance and exclusive design features. Get more details on the limited 1953 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Eldorado.
The 1954-1955 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Eldorado offers lots of luxury for a Milestone car. Unfortunately, it is larger and thirstier than the 1953 model and less unique in appearance and engineering. Read why collectors find this Eldorado a good investment.
The 1956-1958 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Eldorado Biarritz is a highly sought-out classic. This car features a unique rear-end appearance and smooth high-speed performance. Learn more about the 1956-1958 Cadillac Series Sixty-Two Eldorado Biarritz.