9th Jul 2014, 12:45
Cadillac with leather - more luxurious and comfortable, and a better ride. More chrome. I am comparing to the Biarritz however. An equivalent ride would be the Town Car from Lincoln. The Mark's hood draws the driver to the hood ornament. The rear trunk deck on the Mark is sharp, even if the spare is flat on the floor. My vote goes to the Cadillac Eldorado if a nice one is available, mid seventies.
9th Jul 2014, 14:43
Are you serious?
The only decision factors for somebody buying one of these 1960's-1970's cars now is going to be availability, price, condition and styling. In 2014, nobody is likely to choose a 1967 Sedan deVille over a 1965 Continental just because the Caddy has more rear legroom.
If it's that important to you, you can easily find an old Consumer Guide or Edmund's automobile review books at any used bookstore or Amazon.