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1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible ASC

1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible in Home Alone 3, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible ASC

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Big Tone US

2006-04-02 12:32

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Eldarado

qwerty_86 US

2006-04-03 04:21

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1979-1985 model.

mrcadillac SX

2006-04-03 07:07

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It looks like a convertible, but Cadillac didn't make any from 1977-1983 and after 1985. I guess that narrows the field to 1984-85 ...unless it's a custom job.

junkman UK

2006-04-03 11:30

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mrcadillac wrote It looks like a convertible, but Cadillac didn't make any from 1977-1983 and after 1985. I guess that narrows the field to 1984-85 ...unless it's a custom job.


ASC made convertibles in all those years. They were officially sold through Cadillac dealerships and had full GM warranty.

audicrazy US

2008-02-25 23:23

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Its not a convertable, it is a soft top. Many Cadillacs and Lincolns have this features on their models.

Animatronixx DE

2008-02-26 01:16

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Sorry, I still donīt think this is one of these cabriolet-style roof covers. If I watch the area below the rear window and the shape of same (compared to our former company car which is seen below), Iīm almost sure this is one of the ASC Convertibles, officially marketed over the Cadillac dealersī network.

[Image: 842wn5.th.jpg]
(1984 Eldorado Convertible in Michigan, a few days before they took it to Germany a few years ago)

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-02-26 01:19

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The roof indeed seems to have like "creases", it doesnt seem to be a vinyl roof.

antp BE

2008-02-26 21:30

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I agree for convertible too

holden nut AU

2008-12-16 22:00

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THAT'S MRS HESS' CAR that ElDorado.

demetrie US

2008-12-25 23:10

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I agree that it's a convertabile cause u can see the back window which the window doesn't look hard at all so it indicates convertabile.

tonkatracker US

2008-12-25 23:16

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but should ASC really be part of the name???? A lot of companies outsource the convertible conversion. For instance all Sunbirds and Cavaliers convertibles were also converted by ASC

Animatronixx DE

2008-12-25 23:36

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Cadillac is especially known for convertibles and these were normally built in-house (body by Fleetwood or Fisher). The official Cadillac convertible had been discontinued after 1976 and when they announced a new series for 1984, it was pretty much a sensation. There had been some conversions made by coachbuilders like Hess & Eisenhardt or American Custom Coachworks after 1976, but these were just coachbuilt cars. In 1984 the official convertible reappeared, but it wasn't actually factory-made. Many people still think they were, but that's wrong. Thus I think it's worth mentioning as an additional info.

demetrie wrote I agree that it's a convertabile cause u can see the back window which the window doesn't look hard at all so it indicates convertabile.


It's made from glass. ;)

-- Last edit: 2008-12-25 23:39:46

hazzard

2011-04-15 18:53

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If this is Mrs. Hessīs car, thatīs amazing.Who would get a custom job at that age?

Terra US

2015-06-13 15:07

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[Image: 58.1.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2015-06-14 09:40:01 (karoomay)

echoboy US

2017-01-07 01:49

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hazzard wrote If this is Mrs. Hessīs car, thatīs amazing.Who would get a custom job at that age?

That's because Mrs. Hess had style!

Darren_VolvoS80 US

2018-07-02 05:21

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Mrs. Hess's car. Fitting, as the Custom Coach was Hess & Eisenhardt ;)

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