The presidential car Engineering wonders.. Built to keep US leaders safe with tank-like vehicles, it looks like a typical limousine with luxurious appointments for VIP. As is known, “beasts” are never sold to citizens, and replicating them would be an incredible waste of money for anyone. That’s where the Cadillac Fleetwood limousine of the mid-1990s comes in. These are like dollar store versions of presidential limousines.
Limousines are part of my favorite custom car. The concept is simple. Look at the production vehicle in half, add a few feet in the center, and then reassemble. Throw away the stock interior for luxury or a little nifty.If you look closely enough, from Chrysler Aspen Volvo S90s And even Smart fortwo..
But if you don’t have the cash for a flashy modern limousine, you may be able to escape with an old limousine with a new car face. This is a proposal offered by the consignment Classic Car Deal.
According to the list, at some point these limousines were “modified” to resemble the much newer Cadillac XTS. The potential problem with calling this a mod is that it may be a bit stretchy. Looking at the pictures, the only change to these Limo was the grafting to the new front and rear clips.Squint Genuine Looks like XTS.
The monster has 6 doors, so as long as everyone is fairly close, you can fit yourself and the 7 best buds.
The interior is untouched and, dare to say, it’s not that bad. There are rusty bubbles on the door, which is a sign of the donor car era.
For those who are interested This is the actual President Cadillac FleetwoodMade for parades.
Return to grafted fleetwood / XTS mashup: In each car, power is supplied from the 5.7 liter LT1 V8 and 260hp is supplied to the rear wheels via the 4L60E auto. These Corvette-derived engines are known for their longevity.
With 96,943 miles in 1995 and 95,000 miles in 1994, both have a sufficient lifespan.
Oddly enough, I really love what’s happening here. These cobblestone limo look completely awkward, but that’s what makes them great. I took it, put on some big all-terrain tires, hit some parody president’s seals on the doors, and then took it off-road. However, the cost of doing so is outside the scope of the magical “screw”. each Limousine Listed in Georgia for about $ 8,400.
Fix: Earlier versions of this story stated that the vehicle was located in Michigan, not Georgia. very.. Thank you for finding it, kind readers!
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