Our Cadillac restoration history dates back to 1984 when FEN Enterprises was formed. What began as a small parts and supplies retail business quickly expanded into restoration. One of our very first projects was a quite challenging 1955 Cadillac Eldorado that we named “Bad Girl” due to the difficulties she gave our team.
Little did we know but that 1955 Eldorado became the most widely publicized car of its kind due not only to the awards it earned but also because of some Rock and Roll band you may have heard of. They’re led by a chap named Mick Jagger and go by the name “Rolling Stones.”
The kick off of their 1997 Bridges to Babylon world tour was an elaborate affair. MTV televised it live across the world and the Brooklyn Bridge was closed down entirely so Jagger could chauffeur his band mates across the bridge while filmed live by helicopter.
An iconic band, an iconic landmark and a world tour kickoff needed just the right car for the event and they chose our 1955 Cadillac Eldorado, “Bad Girl.” Bright red with gleaming chrome, she was the perfect choice and nearly stole the show from the Hall of Fame rockers.
Although that was twenty years ago, it remains fresh in our memories and a story to be told with great pride. Our team now operates as Cadillac Parts & Restoration but we continue our tradition of producing the world’s finest examples of restored Cadillacs.