This 1956 Cadillac Eldorado came to us form a local collector and was in need of some very minor repairs to the left hand side fender door and cowl. There were some small rust bubbles in the bottom of the fender some paint checking and cracking issues on the door, fender and cowl. Overall this was a very nice car that just needed some care and maintenance. We asset a lot of collectors form across the country in maintaining and caring for their collections, whether it’s 20 cars or just one car. Please don’t think that we would not be interested in working with you because your project might not be a full restoration. The care and upkeep of these classics is just as important to us and your vehicle will receive the same care and attention as any of other restorations.
For 1956, a two-door hardtop coupe version appeared, called the Eldorado Seville at which point the convertible was named the Eldorado Biarritz. An Eldorado script finally appeared with fender crest on the car which was further distinguished by a twin hood ornament. Extras featured on the Eldorado convertible were a ribbed chrome saddle molding extending from the windshield to the rear window pillar along the beltline. With the addition of the Seville, sales rose yet again to 6,050 of which 2,150 were Sevilles. Eldorados accounted for nearly 4% of all Cadillacs sold.