Car Body #70


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

[Feb.20.2024] Jay Ginevra bought the 1960 Eldorado Brougham #70 from Tim Lenon in March 2015, and drove it home from his place 235 Km and it went very well.

Jay Ginevra has been slowly working on things like the locking system, which is now working. The rear 1/4 windows are also now working.

He also hand-built a grill, which is shown in the photos, which also feature his other cars.


[Nov.01.2012] Tim Lennon reports that the car currently resides in Brisbane, Queensland. It is currently black with a new red leather interior. Tim is looking at purchasing the car and will "move it to Melbourne, Victoria if everything works out."


[Jun.01.2010] Keith Deen, an Aussie enthusiast who met with Yann Saunders on one of his trips to Australasia in 1995, has taken on the arduous task of bringing this Brougham "back to life" This information was provided by Terry Griffin, President of the Queensland chapter of the Cadillac & LaSalle Club of Australia.

[1994] The car is known to have survived and was imported to Australia around 1994 by a Melbourne collector. There was no information as to its whereabouts until recently. An update was initially provided by Cadillac enthusiast Dirk Van Dorst of Belgium, who stated that the car was currently located in Melbourne, Australia. Tim Stevens, a Cadillac enthusiast from Melbourne but who lives in Belgium is familiar with this car and provided pictures. He is also familiar with 1957 Brougham #185, 1958 Brougham #551, 1959 Brougham #41 and 1960 Broughams #32, #73 and #99, all owned by the same person. Tim kindly shared the pictures of 60 EB #70 shown here. Five of the seven Brougham models owned by the Melbourne collector are in this, rather poor condition; they have resided mainly in the open air since they were imported to Australia around 1994. All are potentially restorable but it would require great courage and wads of money! Tim has a more detailed description of this car and I will provide it to anyone interested.

Car Body #70


[Feb.20.2024] Jay Ginevra bought the 1960 Eldorado Brougham #70 from Tim Lenon in March 2015, and drove it home from his place 235 Km and it went very well.

Jay Ginevra has been slowly working on things like the locking system, which is now working. The rear 1/4 windows are also now working.

He also hand-built a grill, which is shown in the photos, which also feature his other cars.


[Nov.01.2012] Tim Lennon reports that the car currently resides in Brisbane, Queensland. It is currently black with a new red leather interior. Tim is looking at purchasing the car and will "move it to Melbourne, Victoria if everything works out."


[Jun.01.2010] Keith Deen, an Aussie enthusiast who met with Yann Saunders on one of his trips to Australasia in 1995, has taken on the arduous task of bringing this Brougham "back to life" This information was provided by Terry Griffin, President of the Queensland chapter of the Cadillac & LaSalle Club of Australia.

[1994] The car is known to have survived and was imported to Australia around 1994 by a Melbourne collector. There was no information as to its whereabouts until recently. An update was initially provided by Cadillac enthusiast Dirk Van Dorst of Belgium, who stated that the car was currently located in Melbourne, Australia. Tim Stevens, a Cadillac enthusiast from Melbourne but who lives in Belgium is familiar with this car and provided pictures. He is also familiar with 1957 Brougham #185, 1958 Brougham #551, 1959 Brougham #41 and 1960 Broughams #32, #73 and #99, all owned by the same person. Tim kindly shared the pictures of 60 EB #70 shown here. Five of the seven Brougham models owned by the Melbourne collector are in this, rather poor condition; they have resided mainly in the open air since they were imported to Australia around 1994. All are potentially restorable but it would require great courage and wads of money! Tim has a more detailed description of this car and I will provide it to anyone interested.