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1961 Mercury Airport Limousine Armbruster & Co

1961 Mercury Airport Limousine in The Chase, Movie, 1966 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1961 Mercury Airport Limousine Armbruster & Co

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

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sixcyl FR

2007-12-14 19:18

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Loooong Streeeeetched version ... watch the number of dors, it's almost a minibus. Amazing! :wow:

Big Dave VA

2007-12-14 19:20

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I think this rig started life as a 1961 Mercury.

Ddey65 US

2007-12-14 19:21

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Yes, it did. 1961 Mercury, but I'm not sure of the model.





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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-14 19:23

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I wonder if car builders have a different name or "association" for these cars because as you can see from the interior it has line of seats, it is not "big" inside to be comfortable, it is just like a minibus, so i wonder if officially this is also called limousine.

Ddey65 US

2007-12-14 21:20

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carchasesfanatic wrote I wonder if car builders have a different name or "association" for these cars because as you can see from the interior it has line of seats, it is not "big" inside to be comfortable, it is just like a minibus, so i wonder if officially this is also called limousine.

Something like this was usually sold to airport limo companies.

58Roadmaster US

2007-12-15 06:24

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Yes, it is more commonly known as an airport limousine.

Animatronixx DE

2007-12-22 03:11

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Supposedly done by Armbruster/ Stageway.

Animatronixx DE

2008-01-08 16:03

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Animatronixx wrote Supposedly done by Armbruster/ Stageway.


Not exactly. As they weren´t combined until 1966, the company was still called "Armbruster & Company" in 1961.

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