1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO SEVILLE 2-DOOR HARDTOP JUST IN FROM ARIZONA! ONE OF ONLY 2,100 PRODUCED! BEAUTIFUL CONDITION THROUGHOUT! ONLY 78,259 ACTUAL MILES! ORIGINAL 365 CID V8 ENGINE WITH ORIGINAL, RARE AND DESIRABLE DUAL QUAD CARBURETORS!
1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO SEVILLE 2-DOOR HARDTOP
Finished in classic Dusty Rose Metallic with beautiful Rose and Beige interior. This incredible motorcar is one of only 2,100 produced and comes with nearly every available option. To find an Eldorado Seville in this condition, options and low miles is truly a wonderful find. We are proud to offer this extremely rare Cadillac to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the investment potential of this great iconic motorcar. Bid with confidence you will not be disappointed in this wonderful find! HISTORY OF THE 1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO SEVILLE: The first use of the Seville name was on a hardtop version of the 1956 Cadillac Eldorado convertible, the pinnacle of luxury for the GM nameplate. Produced in limited numbers, the Eldorado would set the buyer back $7750. Only 532 examples were sold in the first year. The following year Cadillac reduced the price of the Eldorado by more than $2000 making it more reasonable and affordable for more buyers. 1957 saw the Eldorado (in both Biarritz convertible and Seville hardtop bodystyles) with a revised rear-end design featuring a low, downswept fenderline capped by a pointed, in-board fin. The rear fenders were commonly referred to as “chipmunk cheeks”. The work of Ron Hill, a talented 23-year-old design newcomer, it featured a sloped deck flanked by rounded fenders sprouting sharply pointed fins. Rear wheel openings were again skinless, and the lower rear fenders were liberally garnished with chrome. The hood ornament was eliminated, contributing to a smoother frontal appearance. Overall, the ’57 was more readily distinguishable from other Cadillacs than any Eldorado since the original. Oddly enough, the dual four-barrel carburetion was dropped this year, and standard horsepower backed off slightly to 300 despite an increase in compression ratio. The all-out performance buff could still get the twin pots and 325 horses, but they now cost extra. All in all, only 2,100 examples of the 1957 Eldorado SeVille were produced. 1960 was the last year for the Eldorado Seville.
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This car qualifies for a
5 year / 100,000 additional Miles Powertrain Warranty!