Car Body #100


As of April 14, 2024, this is the information we have about this car:

[Dec.01.2016] Received several emails from Svein Erik Mortensen, who had contacted us in mid-October after purchasing the car from Remi. He states the following: My name is Svein Erik Mortensen. I am the new owner of the 1960 Brougham #100. I live in Tromsoe in north Norway. The Brougham need to be restored, my plan is to work on the Brougham in the winter and drive it in the summer. I want the correct style on the wheels and the air suspension back on the Brougham as soon as possible. Miles on the odometer today is 58177. I will send more info / photos when the air suspension is back on the Brougham. Svein provided prior ownership details from the 1960s that have been added to the top of this information sheet. Svein, as well as many of the Brougham collectors, is wondering what happened to brougham #101. Unfortunately, we do not have any information about #101 at this time in the Cadillac Database.


[Nov.01.2016] Received an email update from Remi Hansen who owns 1958 Eldorado Broughams #438, #468, and #563, as well as 1959 EB #74, and 1960 EB #81. All cars are in northern Norway. Remi mentioned that he just sold 1960 #100. He had purchased the car from Ron Susser. After the purchase, he overhauled the engine, transmission and went through the suspension, carburators, and brakes. He also shared recent pictures and a video of his driving the car "on ice" in the winter. Finally, Remi mentioned that he recently sold 60 EB #100. We look forward to hearing from the new owner.


[Sep.01.2011] Car #100 was known to have survived but there was no information about its whereabouts until recently over than for the fact that it was believed to reside somewhere in Ohio. This car (VIN # 60PO19595) was the last Brougham to be offered to the public as #101 was sent to the GM Heritage Collection. This Brougham was originally finished in black paint code 110 (only 30 painted this color in 1960) and interior is trim code 122 gray leather throughout (only 14 finished in this trim in 1960). The car was advertised most recently on Ron Susser's web site where it is claimed to have sold for $24,000. At the time the car only had 51,489 original miles. The listing states: #100 starts and drives but needs a re-paint (see pictures). It has been stored for many years but is a complete and running car. The current owner believes that he is the fourth owner from new. The body of the car is currently dark blue, although the original color is black. The paint is in poor condition on some panels, most likely due to poor preparation work. All of the body panels are rust free and the owner didn’t believe the car ever had any sort of body or accident damage as there is not one “patch panel” anywhere on the car. All of the glass is in excellent condition. The interior is trimmed in the correct gray leather, which is most likely the original interior to the car. The seating areas are in fair condition, as are the door panels, dashboard, and console. The carpet is also in fair condition. All of the accessories, including the climate control, AM radio (factory installed), are present. All of the windows as well as the door locks and trunk release work. The trunk area is in good condition, with no rust present. The underside of the car is commensurate with a well cared for car. Again, it is rust-free and very well preserved, with no evidence of any rust or patch panels. The car does run and appears to have good compression and oil pressure. The engine bay is completely original, with all components in operational condition. Every detail of the engine compartment is “Cadillac Correct” and well preserved. There is wear to certain painted surfaces due to age, but overall, it is very presentable. The wheels currently installed are Cadillac Sabre wheels, and while not original to the car, are extremely desirable by themselves. The tires on the car are brand new U.S. Royal bias-ply tires with the correct width whitewall, which are the correct type and size for the Brougham. While this car still retains all of the provisions for the air suspension, it has had springs installed at some point for reliability and ease of operation. This car still retains all of its original or N.O.S. components! This means the engine, transmission, rear end, etc. are original or correct to the car. All of the numbers, markings, etc., are correct.

[1960-1970s] The owner of the car was Earl Shaffner who lived at 1163 Bonnie Place Mayfield Heights, Ohio.

[1960] Car #100 was originally shipped to California.

Car Body #100


[Dec.01.2016] Received several emails from Svein Erik Mortensen, who had contacted us in mid-October after purchasing the car from Remi. He states the following: My name is Svein Erik Mortensen. I am the new owner of the 1960 Brougham #100. I live in Tromsoe in north Norway. The Brougham need to be restored, my plan is to work on the Brougham in the winter and drive it in the summer. I want the correct style on the wheels and the air suspension back on the Brougham as soon as possible. Miles on the odometer today is 58177. I will send more info / photos when the air suspension is back on the Brougham. Svein provided prior ownership details from the 1960s that have been added to the top of this information sheet. Svein, as well as many of the Brougham collectors, is wondering what happened to brougham #101. Unfortunately, we do not have any information about #101 at this time in the Cadillac Database.


[Nov.01.2016] Received an email update from Remi Hansen who owns 1958 Eldorado Broughams #438, #468, and #563, as well as 1959 EB #74, and 1960 EB #81. All cars are in northern Norway. Remi mentioned that he just sold 1960 #100. He had purchased the car from Ron Susser. After the purchase, he overhauled the engine, transmission and went through the suspension, carburators, and brakes. He also shared recent pictures and a video of his driving the car "on ice" in the winter. Finally, Remi mentioned that he recently sold 60 EB #100. We look forward to hearing from the new owner.


[Sep.01.2011] Car #100 was known to have survived but there was no information about its whereabouts until recently over than for the fact that it was believed to reside somewhere in Ohio. This car (VIN # 60PO19595) was the last Brougham to be offered to the public as #101 was sent to the GM Heritage Collection. This Brougham was originally finished in black paint code 110 (only 30 painted this color in 1960) and interior is trim code 122 gray leather throughout (only 14 finished in this trim in 1960). The car was advertised most recently on Ron Susser's web site where it is claimed to have sold for $24,000. At the time the car only had 51,489 original miles. The listing states: #100 starts and drives but needs a re-paint (see pictures). It has been stored for many years but is a complete and running car. The current owner believes that he is the fourth owner from new. The body of the car is currently dark blue, although the original color is black. The paint is in poor condition on some panels, most likely due to poor preparation work. All of the body panels are rust free and the owner didn’t believe the car ever had any sort of body or accident damage as there is not one “patch panel” anywhere on the car. All of the glass is in excellent condition. The interior is trimmed in the correct gray leather, which is most likely the original interior to the car. The seating areas are in fair condition, as are the door panels, dashboard, and console. The carpet is also in fair condition. All of the accessories, including the climate control, AM radio (factory installed), are present. All of the windows as well as the door locks and trunk release work. The trunk area is in good condition, with no rust present. The underside of the car is commensurate with a well cared for car. Again, it is rust-free and very well preserved, with no evidence of any rust or patch panels. The car does run and appears to have good compression and oil pressure. The engine bay is completely original, with all components in operational condition. Every detail of the engine compartment is “Cadillac Correct” and well preserved. There is wear to certain painted surfaces due to age, but overall, it is very presentable. The wheels currently installed are Cadillac Sabre wheels, and while not original to the car, are extremely desirable by themselves. The tires on the car are brand new U.S. Royal bias-ply tires with the correct width whitewall, which are the correct type and size for the Brougham. While this car still retains all of the provisions for the air suspension, it has had springs installed at some point for reliability and ease of operation. This car still retains all of its original or N.O.S. components! This means the engine, transmission, rear end, etc. are original or correct to the car. All of the numbers, markings, etc., are correct.

[1960-1970s] The owner of the car was Earl Shaffner who lived at 1163 Bonnie Place Mayfield Heights, Ohio.

[1960] Car #100 was originally shipped to California.