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CADILLAC Eldorado   1991 2003
1991 2003

This Cadillac Eldorado was at its eighth generation and appears in 2-door coupe body style.
The Eldorado offered a 4.9L V8(1992-1993) and a 4.6L Northstar V8(1993-2008). Built on an E-body platform. What makes the difference between the 1991 Eldorado and its predecessors is the size, the last one being bigger than its forerunners. The combination between sleek styling and increased power was also a characteristic of past Eldorados so the 1991 brought nothing new to this aspect. In 1999, Eldorado would get a redesign similar to its Seville pltaform mate. The 1991 Eldorado is similar to its four-door relative, the Cadillac Seville.

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CADILLAC Eldorado   1971 1978
1971 1978

Both the coupe and convertible versions of the new Eldorado received several facelifts from 1971 through 1978.
The initial model was fitted with an 8.2L V8 unit delivering 370 hp, but Cadillac decided to replace it with a newer 7.0L V8 (producing 180 hp) in 1977 - a year after discontinuing the convertible variant. Also in 1977, the Cadillac Eldorado underwent its first important exterior chances, featuring a revised front grille. As far as the convertible Eldorado was concerned, the last 200 units were sold under the name of ‘Bicentennial Edition’ in 1976.

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CADILLAC Eldorado   1967 1970
1967 1970

The Eldorado’s eighth-generation was the first built on a front-wheel-drive platform, but it still was a personal luxury coupe benchmark.
Back in the late ’60s, when some Americans were falling for the new muscle-car era, others were more concerned about image and luxury. For them, Cadillac made the Eldorado, a car that could smoke the front tires but still be able to float on the road like on a magic carpet.

Cadillac installed several distinct features for the Eldorado, when compared to its siblings, named the Oldsmobile Toronado or the Buick Riviera. In the grille’s hide-away headlights, the low-mounted side lamps on the front fenders, and the wide 9” tires made a difference. The car’s lines were long and ample, but with a twist behind the doors with elevated quarter panels that ended into sharp fins at the car’s back with the vertically mounted taillights.

The luxurious interior was fitted with two power front seats and a bench in the back. Cadillac installed an instrument cluster with the dials at the upper side and a line of buttons and switches on the lower side. The driver from his door panel could have controlled the four power-windows. Strangely, the air-conditioning and the tilt-steering wheel were on the options list and were not fitted as standard.

Under the hood, Cadillac installed a 7-liter (429 cu-in) V8 engine, which sent the power to the front wheels via a 3-speed automatic transmission. Later on, the engine was upgraded to a 7.7-liter in 1968 and to an 8.0-liter in 1970.

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CADILLAC Eldorado Convertible
CADILLAC Eldorado Convertible  1959 1966
1959 1966

The 3rd generation Cadillac Eldorado hit the production series from as early as 1959.
The first couple of years, Cadillac sold slightly-revised Eldorado Broughams designed by Cadillac in joint venture with Italian designed Pininfarina. The cars were assembled in Italy and featured narrower taillights and restyled roof lines as compared to the previous generation model. However, due to decreased quality in assembling the models, Cadillac have turned to their Detroit plant for producing the Eldorado through the early- and mid-60s. Apart from the fender skirts, the Eldorado convertible was very similar to the coupe variant in terms of exterior lines.

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CADILLAC Eldorado Brougham
CADILLAC Eldorado Brougham  1957 1959
1957 1959

General Motors introduced the all-new Eldorado Brougham design in 1957, aiming to introduce the Cadillac on the luxury vehicle sector.
Following the Cadillac Styling Section moving from their original headquarters from downtown Detorit to Warren, the stylists started developing the new Brougham version. Previewed by several prototypes - Cadillac Orleans, Park Avenue, Eldorado Brougham prototype and the Eldorado Brougham Town Car - the Eldorado Brougham was showcased at the 1957 New York Salon and hit the production series the same year. The model was discontinued in 1959, after being sold in 904 units.

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