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Old 03-08-2015, 04:57 PM
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Default 1990 Cadillac Stretch Wide Body Limousine

1990 Cadillac Stretch Wide Body Limousine by Custom Coach Works - 34,410 miles.


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Old 03-08-2015, 05:12 PM
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I don't think I've ever seen a widened limo like this before. Looks like it would be awkward to drive. I remember when I was in San Francisco about 10 years ago and there was a limo that was stuck hi-centered on Lombard Street. Funny stuff.
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Old 03-08-2015, 06:26 PM
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Ive seen the wide bodies on the 85-89 Lincoln body but never on the Cadillac platform. I think hes dreaming with his price though.
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Ive seen the wide bodies on the 85-89 Lincoln body but never on the Cadillac platform. I think hes dreaming with his price though.
Same here, Ive seen several on Lincoln chassis, but this is the first Caddy one Ive ever seen. I always thought these were so ugly they were cool.
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One of my local neighbors has an 05 Town Car wide body. He is in industrial real estate and the car is full of electronics a rolling office. I have his 79 extended rear door town car limo in the yard.
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I prefer the Lincoln platform over the caddy also , other companies such as Ultra Limousine out of Calf. did one on both Cadillac and Lincoln platform along with Corporate coach.
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I prefer the Lincoln platform over the caddy also , other companies such as Ultra Limousine out of Calf. did one on both Cadillac and Lincoln platform along with Corporate coach.
The one I was going to buy was from Corporate coach on Lincoln chassis. It was a beautiful two tone red, but from the time I went to look at it and I came back a few days later with cash, someone who obviously should not have been behind the wheel took out one side of it. At least I got pix before it was damaged.
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