Wind back the clock to 1960, and you’ll notice that automotive styling was shifting at an accelerated rate. These steep aesthetic changes encapsulated the auto industry’s primary goal of accommodating newly varied buyer attitudes.
Cadillac led the way in 1960 with its models that spoke volumes with their relaxed elegance. Around 142,184 drivers fell in line with the Cadillac brand in 1960—sales marks easily exceeded luxury competitors like Lincoln.
Annapolis Classic Cars keeps this classic automotive spirit alive with a collection of used 1960 Cadillac models and parts. Most of our vehicles are project cars that we later use as assembly models during restorations.
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Learn more about the significance of the 1960 Cadillac emblem below before contacting Annapolis Classic Cars for our latest 1960 Cadillac model and parts updates.
The 1960 Cadillac Eldorado
Cadillac outshined the competition with its 1960 Eldorado line that featured the two-door hardtop coupe Seville, the incredibly-rare Italian-made Brougham, and the Biarritz convertible that’s almost 19 feet in length.
Only 1,285 1960 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz examples were ever produced. An evaluation of a 1960 Eldorado Biarritz will reflect the very best that the Cadillac assembly team had to offer. The Eldorado Biarritz’s premium interior materials define 1960 automotive luxury, while features like air suspension and a remote trunk lock add to the car’s exceptional build quality. 1960 drivers could equip their Biarritz with an available 345 horsepower multiple carbureted engine if desired.
You can’t go wrong with this Eldorado Biarritz when you’re looking for exquisite 1960 Cadillac tail lights, vintage factory air conditioning, and head-turning body length. Auto enthusiasts estimate that only 200-250 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz 1960 models exist today.
Slide over to the 1960 Eldorado Seville, and you’ll find a Cadillac body that’s more refined with less pointy surfaces, smaller fins, and chrome that was moved from the top to below the doors.
The 1960 Eldorado Brougham was officially labeled the ‘1960 Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado Brougham’. Classic Cadillac enthusiasts will most likely recognize the ‘Fleetwood’ label in this influential model’s name. ‘Fleetwood’ served as a preface for a certain percentage of Cadillac models from 1935-1975. The 1960 Eldorado Brougham set a major stylistic tone for Cadillac in the coming years with its central body crease and lower body fin. Cadillac collectors far and wide appreciate the 1960 Eldorado Brougham’s status as the last hand-built Cadillacs.
Are you in the market for a Cadillac Eldorado model or Cadillac Eldorado parts? Give Marc a call at 301-672-1000 to take a step toward realizing your 1960 Cadillac dream.
The 1960 Cadillac Coupe Deville and Hardtop Deville
The 1960 Cadillac Deville emits strong levels of cool from front to back. It’s no surprise that this model accounted for nearly 83% of Cadillac’s 1960 production. Drivers across the country fell for the 1960 Deville’s commanding size and spotlight-stealing style.
Cadillac offered the 1960 Deville as a hardtop and coupe sedan. These two trim configurations were complemented by power steering, power brakes, wheel discs, and much more. Classic 1960 Cadillac interior manifests itself in a Deville thanks to the model’s Chadwick cloth or Cambray cloth with leather design. We’re Here to Fulfill Your 1960 Cadillac Needs
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