Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to digitally present this 1978 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. This iconic vehicle is a true testament to Cadillacs commitment to elegance and performance. The exterior of this Cadillac is finished in a classic white, which is representative of this cars luxurious design. The interior is a striking combination of white and red leather, providing that iconic plush Cadillac driving environment. Under the hood, youll find a 425CID V8 engine paired with an automatic transmission. This combination is the recipe for a smooth driving experience, making each journey a pleasure. This car has an AM/FM radio which provides entertainment on the go. The vehicle also boasts a full suite of power features. Power brakes, power locks, power seats, power steering, power sunroof, and power windows all contribute to a driving experience that is both effortless and enjoyable. Safety is also a key focus, with seatbelts fitted for all occupants. In summary, this 1978 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz is a classic vehicle that combines timeless elegance with some modern performance and a range of features designed to enhance your driving experience. Whether youre a collector of classic cars or simply appreciate the finer things in life, this Cadillac is sure to impress.
Located in Ofallon, IL, only 16 miles from the stunning Gateway Arch, you will find the Gateway Classic Cars headquarters. In March of 2014 the Gateway team moved to our current 86,000 square foot building after originally opening in Fairmont City, IL in 1999. Today, our visitors are welcome to take full advantage of our automotive gift shop, 100+ classic/collector car inventory, an in-house theater and monthly Cars & Coffee events. The Saint Louis showroom is also home to a fantastic variety of event space which has accommodated numerous weddings, photo-shoots, corporate and expo events.
Rich in history, St Louis is a city that offers a wide variety of culture and activities for businesses and families to enjoy. Gateway Classic Cars is honored to the St Louis metropolitan area home.