To most people this could seem the “usual” Cadillac but somehow it isn’t. Indeed this particular model was built in only 1,075 specimens: a low number even for the european car production in those years, but ridiculously low for the american car industry.
Apart from being, in our opinion, the most beautiful classic Caddy, the 1960 Seville (and the Biarritz which was the open version) model had a lot of features which distinguished them from the standard models like two-speed wipers, wheel discs, vanity mirror, oil filter, power windows, six-way power seats, heater, fog lamps, 350 hp Eldorado engine, remote control trunk lock, radio with antenna and rear speaker, power vent windows, air suspension, electric door locks, license frames, and five whitewall tires. All those things along with a different stainless steel exterior trims.
This particular car has lost its splendor since many years and now he’s waiting for a savior who must brave and ready to spend a lot of money: this is a 225 inches long car (5.7 meters) and there is a lot of metal to work on. Engine components are not that expensive but the work to do here is a lot but, at the end of the day, how many of these have survived so far? Find it for sale at $7,500 here in Chula Vista, CA.