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Anthony Gambardella 03-12-2018 09:33 PM

2004 Cadillac Superior Raised Roof Limo $9,500 or O.B.O
 
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2004 Cadillac Superior Raised Roof six door limo. 80,000 original miles. Garage kept. Beautiful triple black, chrome wheels, new tires, only used for local funerals. Absolutely immaculate ready for immediate service. More pictures available upon request. Price is $9,500 or O.B.O

Contact Anthony : (914)844-5596

John ED Renstrom 03-12-2018 11:17 PM

Love to have one with clear glass. The dark tint i just never warmed up to

Bill Marcy 03-12-2018 11:59 PM

Sharp looking limo I think that limo-tint is appropriate on a limo, don't you.

Paul Steinberg 03-13-2018 12:43 AM

A few razor blades, and the tint goes away. I know that a lot of states don't allow that dark of a tint for public safety reasons.

John ED Renstrom 03-13-2018 11:27 AM

It would depend if it was laminated or the cling type. Ridding in one with that tint in low light conditions is like ridding in a culvert. The only thing you see is out the front glass, if the front seats allow. If they are high back one feels like the locked you in a trunk. Not a problem if your calling a car to take you from point a to b. But if your using it for family or tour bus it's not a fun ride for anyone not up front. I dumped a 15 Yukon just for that reason. Riding in back was like being in a coffin.i

Peter Grave 03-13-2018 03:54 PM

Here in Pa. Many depts. have tint meters and if the tint is darker than called for in MV codes you get a ticket and must remove it.


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