Vintage Car Collector if offering the chance to own this sleek 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Seville. Full of personality and style, this luxurious classic was considered as one of the top-of-the-line models in the Cadillac lineup. Feel free to make an offer here.
Some cosmetic updates were given to the 1960 model year from 1959 such as a larger full-width grille and less dramatic shark fins among other things. Carried over from the previous year is the big stroked-out 390cui V8 engine topped with triple two-barrel carburetors rated at 345-horsepower. Power is shifted through a four-speed automatic gearbox down to the rear wheels. Large whitewall tires sit on all four corners with the rear wheels tucked nicely behind the back fenders. In addition, a full size spare tire sits in the trunk.
A large car created for luxury, power options included steering, locks, windows, and six-way adjustable seats. Open the doors to the spacious interior complete with large cloth seats with plenty of leg room. This was also the last model year that the Eldorado was equipped with air suspension due to leakage issues. Owners found it easier to switch over to a more conventional coil spring suspension setup, so one with the original air suspension is hard to come by.
Produced for almost 59 years, the Eldorado claims the title for the longest running American luxury vehicle. The 1960 model year was the last for the Eldorado Seville, and just 1,075 examples were produced. The Eldorado name would carry on, but the Seville hardtop would be no longer.
This 1960 Eldorado Seville is listed at $29,500, and it only has a hair over 62,000 miles on the ticker. If you're in the market for a stylish classic cruiser, this might be a match made in heaven. This sweet Caddy is more than ready to take you on new adventures while breaking necks along the way.
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