1957 CADILLAC ELDORADO BROUGHAM SEDAN
This beautiful 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration. Finished in a beautiful Grey Exterior with two-tone Grey Interior, this Cadillac Brougham was one of the most expensive cars you could buy in 1957–this flagship Cadillac cost $13,074 when new.
The 1957 Cadillac Brougham was a pillarless sedan with rear-hinged doors, with a brushed stainless steel roof, chrome plated bumpers, quad headlamps, and aluminum/alloy wheels. The 1957 Brougham was the first car to ride on air-spring suspension, and features a . V8 with two four-barrel carburetors, producing 325hp and a Hydra-Matic automatic transmission.
To even further differentiate this flagship sedan from the rest of the Cadillac lineup, the 1957 Brougham included standard air conditioning, separate front and rear heaters, a six-way power “memory” front seat, a two-speaker transistor radio, automatically latching electric doors, Autotronic Eye automatic headlamp dimming, polarized sun visors, power side and vent windows, a power trundled release, and an electric clock, just to name a few.
This particular Cadillac Brougham is one of only 400 Broughams built in 1957. An additional 304 Broughams were built in 1958.
This 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham has been beautifully restored to its original condition. The car runs and drives perfectly and is definitely a show stopper.
NOTE: The air suspension from this vehicle was removed. The car is now on springs.
Boca Raton, Florida, United States