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1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz [6467E]

1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz [6467E] in Northern Exposure, TV Series, 1990-1995 IMDB Ep. 1.01

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz [6467E]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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ahight US

2007-06-01 16:12

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submitted by dmoss: Episode 1.07:
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volvist CH

2007-06-01 17:46

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ahight wrote submitted by dmoss: Episode 1.07:
[Image: cadillaceldorado172558zk3.7500.jpg]

I think it is a 1960 Eldorado

junkman UK

2007-06-01 17:52

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1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz

car nerd US

2007-06-01 18:45

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Yes indeed junkman, very sweet ride!

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-06-01 19:01

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Its superb :love:

ahight US

2007-06-01 19:30

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dmoss did mention Eldorado, but wasn't sure if it should be listed Eldorado or Series whatever. :)

mrcadillac SX

2007-06-02 00:41

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Technically, it's a 1960 Cadillac, "Series 64", Eldorado Biarritz. The color is non-authentic but does resemble a much darker shade of "Champagne Gold". Mine was Siena Rose (fuchsia) with white leather trim throughout, including door panels and arm rests! Today, when you order a Cadillac with "leather" trim, you get only the seat cushions and seat back inserts in leather! Times have changed. So have prices ...UPWARDS! Welcome to 2007.

car nerd US

2007-06-02 00:49

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mrcadillac, we had a 1960 Biarritz as well. Ours was white with a pretty metallic gold/tan leather interior. Loved that car!!! Too bad we traded it for a 67 Fleetwood Brougham...not nearly as special as the Biarritz.

mrcadillac SX

2007-06-02 11:34

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IMHO the 1960 "Series 64" Cadillacs (we've owned both the coupe and the convertible) are among the most stylish of any American car built in the post-WW2 era (back when "big was beautiful") and up to the first fuel crisis in the early seventies. We will never see an era like it again; more's the pity. I'm not saying that today's comparably priced cars are poor in comparison; on the contrary they are more reliable, durable and economical. But they all lack one ingredient: eye-appeal !

CA_NES US

2011-10-03 09:32

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This belongs to Maurice in the series.

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