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History of the first sedan, salon, and limousine car.

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The 1974 Volkswagen Beetle Limousine

● Novelty limousines of artistic sense

Human creativity is endless. In addition to traditional limousines, various cars have been transformed into rare and novel limousines. They are used for weddings, parties, and other social events. Another style of the rare masterpiece limousine is bright colors such as purple and pink, showing off its artistry with a variety of paints.

*2004 6 wheel limousine

Vehicles transforming into these rare stretch limousines include East Germany’s Trabant, Volkswagen Beetle, Fiat Panda and Citroen 2CV. They also give humans memories of the past. It even extends its length so that up to 10 people can ride supercars such as Corvette, a sports car of GM in the U.S., Ferrari, Mini Coupe, and Lamborghini.

● Limousine powerhouse, the chief US residents of the U.S.

Following the tradition of U.S. limousine, the maker leads Lincoln with Cadillac cars, which is now disappearing, but continues to Pacard (1899-1954). Since then, mass-produced limousine production has been made and sold by Lincoln in 1939, 1954, when Pacard was closed, and Cadillac has stopped after the last model, the Fleetwood Series 75, in 1987, and Lincoln and Cadillac have been ordered to date. The mass-produced limousine of these three mayes was a glass compartment membrane stretch limousine with two foldable single-seater seats installed in front of the two-seater conversion sheet.

1930. Alcapone’s armed Cadillac limousine.

The reason Cadillac has become a symbol of the U.S. limousine is because of its reputation as a high-performance vehicle without failure by making it with precision parts from the beginning. Cadillac first made a limousine in 1908. In particular, Al Capone, who was notorious as the king of the underworld in the 1930s, became famous for his evil deeds by riding an armed Cadillac 452 limousine on a 1930 V-16 cylinder engine. Elvis Presley sang while riding in a special limousine of the 1960 Cadillac limousine El Dorado, which was specially ordered by Dali Avangung. Parkard, the second batter, started making his first limousine in 1910, gained a reputation as the most luxurious limousine, and was enjoyed by celebrities such as the president of the United States before 1940, but it was closed in 1954.


1939 US President Roosevelt’s Sunshine bullet proof Limousine

Cadillac Motors was founded in 1902 by Henry Leeland, a master of precision mechanical technology, and handed it over to GM in 1909, and instead went to Ford to develop Lincoln. Therefore, Lincoln Limousine, who received Cadillac descent, started making limousines in 1921 as the youngest, and became the most popular until the 1980s. The 1939 Lincoln Sunshine Special Limousine was the first bulletproof limousine in the United States, and its popularity soared when Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, rode it. Later, until the 1980s, he enjoyed a golden age with limousines of the U.S. President and the Great Godfathers, and was crowned by Cadillac. Lincoln replaced the limousine with a town car.

The 1974 Volkswagen Beetle Limousine

● Novelty limousines of artistic sense

Human creativity is endless. In addition to traditional limousines, various cars have been transformed into rare and novel limousines. They are used for weddings, parties, and other social events. Another style of the rare masterpiece limousine is bright colors such as purple and pink, showing off its artistry with a variety of paints.

*2004 6 wheel limousine

Vehicles transforming into these rare stretch limousines include East Germany’s Trabant, Volkswagen Beetle, Fiat Panda and Citroen 2CV. They also give humans memories of the past. It even extends its length so that up to 10 people can ride supercars such as Corvette, a sports car of GM in the U.S., Ferrari, Mini Coupe, and Lamborghini.

● Limousine powerhouse, the chief US residents of the U.S.

Following the tradition of U.S. limousine, the maker leads Lincoln with Cadillac cars, which is now disappearing, but continues to Pacard (1899-1954). Since then, mass-produced limousine production has been made and sold by Lincoln in 1939, 1954, when Pacard was closed, and Cadillac has stopped after the last model, the Fleetwood Series 75, in 1987, and Lincoln and Cadillac have been ordered to date. The mass-produced limousine of these three mayes was a glass compartment membrane stretch limousine with two foldable single-seater seats installed in front of the two-seater conversion sheet.

1930. Alcapone’s armed Cadillac limousine.

The reason Cadillac has become a symbol of the U.S. limousine is because of its reputation as a high-performance vehicle without failure by making it with precision parts from the beginning. Cadillac first made a limousine in 1908. In particular, Al Capone, who was notorious as the king of the underworld in the 1930s, became famous for his evil deeds by riding an armed Cadillac 452 limousine on a 1930 V-16 cylinder engine. Elvis Presley sang while riding in a special limousine of the 1960 Cadillac limousine El Dorado, which was specially ordered by Dali Avangung. Parkard, the second batter, started making his first limousine in 1910, gained a reputation as the most luxurious limousine, and was enjoyed by celebrities such as the president of the United States before 1940, but it was closed in 1954.

1939 US President Roosevelt’s Sunshine BTS Limousine

Cadillac Motors was founded in 1902 by Henry Leeland, a master of precision mechanical technology, and handed it over to GM in 1909, and instead went to Ford to develop Lincoln. Therefore, Lincoln Limousine, who received Cadillac descent, started making limousines in 1921 as the youngest, and became the most popular until the 1980s. The 1939 Lincoln Sunshine Special Limousine was the first bulletproof limousine in the United States, and its popularity soared when Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, rode it. Later, until the 1980s, he enjoyed a golden age with limousines of the U.S. President and the Great Godfathers, and was crowned by Cadillac. Instead of a limousine, Lincoln uses a town car.

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