Even during the holiday season, the Cadillac Parts & Restoration (CPR) team remains busy. Our classic Cadillac restoration projects are in full swing and as soon as one car leaves our facility, another rolls (or is flat-bedded) in.
Undergoing a full restoration, and entering the assembly stage, is a highly-collectible 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. This convertible will be completed in time for its proud owner to enjoy plenty of top-down cruising.
This is the third restoration project we’ve performed for this customer and we’re glad to have earned his loyalty.
Another 1960 Cadillac, a very rare Eldorado Brougham just left CPR with a new dash pad and some other electrical and mechanical repairs completed. Built in Italy by Pininfarina, this classic is one of just 101 produced that model year.
The owner of such a collectible classic should only trust a professional and experienced team to care for their vehicle. Serving the classic Cadillac community since 11984, CPR’s staff is the correct choice
A majority of our projects are repeat business from loyal customers and that includes this 1976 Cadillac Seville. Her owner drives the low-mileage car all the way from Virginia just for CPR to perform repairs and maintenance.
This car’s owner has had this car long before 1970s Cadillacs became popular and as much as he loves this car he’ll be sending it to CPR for many more years to come.
Also currently underway are two 1957 Cadillac Series 62 coupes that, while not “full” restorations, are fairly extensive. You can stay up-to-date with CPR’s progress by following our Cadillac restoration Facebook page.