In 1958 there was a new grille featuring multiple round "cleats" at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical members. The grille insert was wider and new bumper guards were positioned lower to the parking lamps. New dual headlamps were used and small chrome fins decorated the front fenders. Tailfins were less pronounced and trim attachments were revised. On the sides of the car were five longer horizontal windsplits ahead of the unskirted rear wheel housing and front fender horizontal mouldings with crests placed about the trailing edge and no rocker still trim. The limousine and nine-passenger long wheelbase sedan were available once again.

The major changes to the Series 70 Eldorado Brougham in 1958 were seen inside the car. The interior upper door panels were finished in leather instead of the metal finish used in 1957. New wheel covers also appeared. Forty-four trim combinations were available, along with 15 special monotone paint colors. A total of 304 Series 70 Eldorado Broughams were sold in 1958. 1958 was the last year for the domestic production of the handbuilt Series 70 Eldorado Brougham at Cadillac's Detroit Factory, as future manufacturing of the special bodies was transferred to Pininfarina of Turin, Italy. It was relabeled the Series 6900 in 1959.



This Cadillac came in to get some minor work done. Going to replace some of the floor pans that are rusted through. Also, checking for any other places that the car could have some problems.

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Started the tear down of the front compartment in order to get to the floor pans that have rusted and need to be replaced.

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Cutting out the rotted through floor boards, going to have to replace them with new metal.

We have begun welding in the new floor pans for this Limo.

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