1996 Cadillac Presidential Limousine at Barrett-Jackson
A 1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Presidential Series Limousine from the Barrett-Jackson auction on January 19th, 2008. This is the only Presidential limousine ever offered for sale to the public. Jay Leno was seen in many of the shots assisting in the sale with Clinton jokes, but I've edited out a lot of him due to space and time.
Classic and historic vehicals used to move the Presidents of the United
States. From FDR's Lincoln Motor Car to the mighty Air Force One Boeing
Sit back, turn up your sound and enjoy. Thanks for watching today.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S LIMOUSINE
President John F. Kennedy's 1961 Lincoln Continental limousine is the focus
of these video excerpts from a 1996 documentary entitled "Presidential
1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham in triple black
Here is my 1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham in triple black. I've had it
for about 10 months and it has around 67,500 original miles. It's fully
loaded with every option including moonroof and factory CD player (still
not standard in 1996). It also has the gold emblem package. which really
contrasts with the rest of the car. I got it from a dealership in the
Chicago area after looking for this specific color combination and year for
quite a while.
This car is undoubtedly the best I've ever owned. The Chevrolet-sourced LT1
requires so little effort to accelerate that the pedal feel seems at odds
with the vague handling and cushy, soft ride. It absolutely floats over
broken NYC streets and irons out almost every imperfection in the road. It
comes off even better on the highway, where you absolutely cannot feel the
road. The steering sort of firms up at higher speeds but it's still really,
really light. The interior has enough room for six regular-sized Americans,
something I enjoy even though I rarely have more than one person in the car
at a time. I'm sure this would please Al Gore. Sometimes people find it
amusing that I'm 24 and drive an "old man" car, until they ride in it. Then
they usually fall asleep on the soft Brougham seats (which still smell new
by the way).
It's a shame that GM doesn't build anything remotely close to this anymore
and probably never will again. Someone needs to send them the memo that
there is still a market for a full-size, rear-wheel drive domestic luxury
car. I also own a 1996 Sedan Deville with 31K original miles, but it feels
less substantial than the Brougham even though it has the Northstar and is
fully optioned as well.
By the way, you really can get 23-26 MPG on the highway with the LT1
depending on how you accelerate and brake.
Amazing Stretch Limousines - From Smart Cars To Maybach's
This features the ultimate Limousine collection, From the 1960 VW Beetle to
the Rolls Royce Phantom & Maybach 62S Stretch Limo's
Click for Limousine hire in Chelmsford Essex area:
Also Includes: Ferrari F40, F360 Lamborghini Diablo, Countach,
VW Passat, Beetle, Porcshe Cayenne,
BMW 760Li, Hummer H2, The worlds longest Limo at 100 FEET!!!!!!!! (oh plus
a Boeing 727 Limo not to mention!)
After you watch this, It will make your car look like a little matchbox
1966 Cobra Super Snake
Carroll Shelbys 1966 Cobra 427 Super Snake
from 2007 Barrett Jackson Auction
Sold For 5 Million Dollars