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A Limousine Built For A King

Posted on April 1, 2009 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

SAN ANTONIO — LCW Automotive Corp., worldwide manufacturer of limousines and custom-built luxury vehicles, completed its second Limousine for the Royal Family of Thailand in March.

The 24-inch stretch limousine was built on an LCW “CEO Series” platform, and features a lavish array of personalized amenities. The roof of the car was raised three inches for additional headroom, and longer doors were installed for the rear seating compartment, providing easier entry and exit.

The air craft composite long doors, flat floor, and raised roof are a proprietary specialty of LCW. Considered “short stretches” or “corporate” limousines, LCW’s CEO models range in size from six to 70 inches. The company “stretches” limousines up to 130 inches on the Cadillac DTS platform, or 120 inches with a Lincoln Town Car.

“Thailand’s Royal Family wanted a limousine that was discreet from the outside, but that featured maximum comfort and roominess for its passengers,” explains Ken Boyar, the company’s CEO. “As soon as they saw our CEO models, it was just a matter of customizing one to their needs.”

LCW specializes in stretching custom vehicles and customizing SUVs for high-profile clients worldwide. The company has produced vehicles for countless celebrities, international heads of state, and corporate executives.

Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, LCW Automotive Corp. is certified by GM and Ford (through their QVM/CMC programs). The company has a rich history of designing and converting limousines that dates back more than 30 years. Every LCW vehicle is an original, specifically designed by the client.

For more information on LCW Automotive, click here to visit the website.

Contact: Ken Boyar at (210)732-5466 or [email protected]

Source: BusinessWire

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