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2001 Cadillac Presidential State Car

2001 Cadillac Presidential State Car in Fahrenheit 9/11, Documentary, 2004 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

2001 Cadillac Presidential State Car

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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CRAFT372 US

2009-09-29 20:03

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Bushs limo its nothing standing against Barack Obamas specely made one of a kind Cadillac nicknamed The Beast sadely i not know how to uppload pictures to this site so i canot show you a picture of it but its still possible to find it on Google

G-MANN UK

2009-09-29 22:12

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We need to come up with a better designation for these Presidential limousines instead of just "Stretched Limousine". In fact these things only look like Cadillacs, the badge is the only geniune Cadillac part, these cars are completely custom built. The latest Presidential car doesn't actually resemble a particular Cadillac model like the STS or CTS, it just sort of has a grille that's similar to the latest Cadillac models.

ford_guy US

2009-09-30 01:51

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Well it's really only the current presidential limousine, in use since Obama took office, that doesn't have a proper name. It's based on the GMC Topkick truck and the name given to it by GM was "Cadillac Presidential Limousine." These earlier limousines were actually based on real Cadillac models (at least in outside appearance).

Maybe it would be better if we called them "Presidential Limousine" instead of "Stretched Limousine" as these vehicles are in a class of their own. Do you guys agree?

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G-MANN UK

2009-09-30 12:00

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Or maybe add something in the extra info to indicate the uniqueness of these vehicles.

antp BE

2009-09-30 18:02

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ford_guy wrote
Maybe it would be better if we called them "Presidential Limousine" instead of "Stretched Limousine" as these vehicles are in a class of their own. Do you guys agree?

I agree.

ford_guy US

2009-09-30 18:05

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G-MANN, I think if we call them "Presidential Limousine"s, that would probably indicate the uniqueness of the vehicles. Or what did you have in mind?

G-MANN UK

2009-09-30 18:43

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I don't know really, does this have an official model name? What are the names of the companies that made these things?

I don't know how many other actual Presidential limos are on this site but here's another one: /vehicle_62529-Cadillac-DTS-Stretched-Limousine-2005.html

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ford_guy US

2009-09-30 22:13

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You might want to check out the wikipedia article on presidential limousines, it's actually pretty good:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presidential_State_Car_(United_States)

There is also a page for the 2005 model limousine:
Link to "en.wikipedia.org")

By the looks of it, "Presidential Limousine" would be a good name for the ones we have listed.

tonkaTRACKER US

2010-01-12 20:22

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ford_guy wrote By the looks of it, "Presidential Limousine" would be a good name for the ones we have listed.


I agree shall we change them?

chicomarx BE

2011-05-29 00:20

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ford_guy wrote By the looks of it, "Presidential Limousine" would be a good name for the ones we have listed.

I'd agree too. There's John F. Kennedy's limo /vehicle_259523-Lincoln-Continental-1961.html listed already as "Presidential State Car".
I don't know if "The Beast" is on here somewhere?

Sandie SX

2011-05-29 00:24

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Yes: /vehicle_337809-Cadillac-Presidential-Limousine-2009.html

We already have a few listed as Presidential Limousines.

chicomarx BE

2011-05-29 00:28

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I've changed this one too then.

Laqueesha US

2014-01-31 16:55

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Looks like footage from George W. Bush's first inauguration in January 2001.

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