The 1959 Cadillac Eldorado, with it’s futuristic design, is best recognized for it’s considerably large, sharp tailfins, distinctive grill pattern, and bullet taillights. The Biarritz was Cadillac’s convertible option for Eldorado, and was Cadillac’s most popular vehicle in 1959. This model came equipped with heating and air conditioning, air suspension, fog lamps, electric locks, and radio with a rear speaker. The 390 cubic inch V8 engine, complete with triple two-barrel carburetors and four speed automatic transmission put out an impressive 345 horsepower. Both the Biarritz soft-top convertible as well as the hard top model sold for over $7,000 with only 1,320 units of the ’59 Biarritz released.