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Hm. Very strange. We know that American cars began sprouting quad headlamps like some kind of weird mitosis in 1957, then the following year they were just about universally standard, and we know that varying state laws banned quad headlamps through 1957. So what prompted the early budding of quads that we see on this 1956 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz for sale on Hemmings.com? From the seller’s description:
1 of 1 EXTREMELY RARE FIND! This is the only 1956 Eldorado Biarritz Convertible known to exist with FOUR Headlights. The hardtop version (also only 1 known) recently sold for over 140k. Car has older restoration and has been in indoor storage for 18 years. Carburetors rebuilt 5 years ago. Needs restoration but TLC makes it drivable now. Interior is very good. Call for needs. 95% complete. Car was in Museum until 1992. Dual Quads. Parade boot. This is a chance for the serious Cadillac Collect to own the rarest of the rare.
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