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post #1 of 11 Old 01-14-2009, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cadillac presidential limo ready for the inauguration

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Secret Service released the first photos Wednesday of the new Cadillac presidential limousine that will make its debut at the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama on Tuesday.

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An American Tradition Continues: New Presidential Era Begins With a New Cadillac Pres

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WASHINGTON - As Americans celebrate the inauguration of a new president of the United States next week, another new Cadillac will grace Pennsylvania Avenue to lead the proceedings. ...

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Cadillac limo to drive Obama in style

Continuing a long tradition of Cadillac limousines for U.S. presidents, Barack Obama, who is to be inaugurated as the 44th U.S. president next week, will grace Pennsylvania Avenue in a redesigned Cadillac.

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Eh, I guess it's about as good as an armored limousine can look lol.

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Hmmm....I thought it would be white.

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I'm curious as to what the frame structure looks like. It must be very rigid since it has no vinyl/cloth covered roof. Looks like a chopped, channeled, and stretched Escalade.

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i wonder how much horsepower it has to compensate for all of the extra weight?

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i wonder how much horsepower it has to compensate for all of the extra weight?
Maybe an Allison and 8.1L motor

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Maybe an Allison and 8.1L motor
thats a HUGE motor!

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