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Multiplying our ongoing and inexplicable attraction to burgundy exponentially is this double burgundy 1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible. Beyond the plush luxury of burgundy bordering on wine is the remarkable similarity of this car to the Cadillac that Too Short himself drove around Lake Merritt in Oakland, California, in his I’m a Player music video back in 1993. From the seller’s description:
Exceptional example – low mileage – original red leather interior – chrome wire wheels – Vogue tires – Same owner since 1987 – more detailed pictures available. $13,900.
While we know the potential horrors of the aluminum engine block and iron cylinder head combination, there is ultimately no cause for alarm. Dual dashboard information centers convey crucial operational information directly into the cabin. The key is that the drop-top Caddy features chrome wire wheels shod with elegant Vogue tires, so you can slow down like Too Short and let the gold diggers count your spokes.
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