Cadillac’s were completely re-styled for 1957, adopting many of the styling cues and features tested and received enthusiastically by the public in various Cadillac concept cars in the GM Motorama. Featuring rubber-tipped "Dagmar" bumper bullets, jet fighter inspired taillight nacelles, chrome tipped fins and distinctive new side treatments that give the '57 Cadillac’s enduring character, Cadillac's 1957 offering was further distinguished by the presence of three separate Eldorado models, the Biarritz convertible, Seville hardtop and the limited production Brougham four-door. This eight-passenger 1957 Cadillac Series 75 is an example of the most expensive standard models offered by Cadillac in 1957, aside from the Eldorado Brougham. Equipped with jump seats, it has air conditioning which in the Seventy Fives alone among 1957 Cadillac’s was a high capacity system installed in the trunk. This is a very practical, impressive, elegant automobile which runs well and is mostly original. It has a very presentable and attractive interior and is a highly practical automobile, particularly for a collector with lots of friends and someone willing to be the designated driver.