- Written by webmin
Twenty-somethings attempting to incite irony by wearing a mid-Eighties polyester leisure suit and white loafers salvaged from that last holiday trip to see the folks down in Florida can complete the look in its entirety by getting an automobile to match. Why go and finance a cube-shaped econonobox that will be out of style in a year or so, when you can own a fine convertible that features enough white leather to make at least seven IKEA couches? Such was this Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz at the Silver Auction in Scottsdale – sold for 7,300 bucks.
Yes, we know of the wrong-wheel drive and reports of dissimilar engine materials not playing well together, but once you settle into the leather and hit the cruise control Interstate groove, Waffle Houses will seem far closer together than ever before. Along with the usual luxury and personal convenience that is Cadillac comes the peace of mind knowing that you’ll never waste any time fumbling with headlamps or lighting. The Twilight Sentinel system, at least on this Biarritz, has remained fully operational over the years.