1957-1960 saw the third generation of Eldorados in both the convertible and hardtops. It also saw some of the most outrageous fin designs of all time. It also featured a revised rear-end design featuring a low, downswept fenderline. And quite honestly the 1957 was one of GM's most memorable desgins. This car was the most expensive car on the road in 1957, more than a Rolls Royce. It touted extreme luxury and had features like self leveling air suspension, power seats, electric door locks and automatic trunk openers to name a few. Extremely ahead of its time to say the least. This particular Biarrtiz convertible has come out of long term ownership and storage. The current owner purchased the car from an estate where the second owner purchased the car in 1964 and had it until 2018. It was parked a while back and the new owner has done service work to get the car back on the road with fluids, brakes, battery etc… The car starts, runs and drives quite nicely for an “Unrestored” Car. It is hard to tell if the car has been painted but the interior is all original and intact. Everything seems to work on this car including the power seats and power top. All lights work as they should including the interior lights. This is a wonderful car that we are excited to represent. It can be used as-is or a perfect candidate for a restoration. We have the copies of some title work, original owners manual, original keys etc… This car was purchased new in the Motor City and then moved to a cottage in Northern Michigan where it has remained ever since. These cars restored bring obscene amounts of money, however finding an untouched running and driving example with low mileage at a fraction of the cost is more exciting in our book. This is a blank canvas to do what you wish.