Bulbous and bold with lots of gleaming chrome and decadent luxury aptly describes the styling of 1950s era Cadillacs. By 1957, Cadillac had long-established its reputation as America’s premier luxury automobile and the Eldorado model line was the pinnacle of that opulence.
The low-production Eldorado model line consisted of the Biarritz (convertible) and Seville (hardtop coupe). Today, the convertible top is the more popular choice among classic Cadillac owners, however, the Seville has a very loyal following as well.
This completed 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Seville restoration project by the CPR team serves as a wonderful example of why these cars remain so popular today. Audacious and elegant, this stunner turns heads whether on the street or the show field.
Learn more about CPR by visiting http://www.cprforyourcar.com or call (845) 462-5959 to discuss your restoration project.