Bob Tanner with his former funeral car, a stretched 1989 Lincoln. A second air conditioner, located in the trunk, ensured the comfort of pallbearers.
I bought the car in October, 2011 with 29,000 miles (46, 671 kilometres) on it, from Eric Campbell, a Lincoln dealer in Exeter, Ontario, Canada. It had been traded in and mostly stored for several years.
Since the odometer shows miles-per-hour instead of kilometres, I figured it was an American car. The tires are larger tires than with the normal Town Car, because of extra weight and length — the vehicle is 6.5 metres or 21 1/2 feet long.
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