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JFK Limo Replica Stops Traffic In Dallas

Posted on October 12, 2015

A car built from the exact blueprints of the car President John F. Kennedy was riding in when he was assassinated has been spotted around Dallas.
A car built from the exact blueprints of the car President John F. Kennedy was riding in when he was assassinated has been spotted around Dallas.

The car, commissioned by a collector in the late 1980s has become a favorite of photographers. Parked discreetly under a freeway overpass in Dallas, passersby still sought it out to snap photos. The car has caught the eye of plenty of professional lenses, too.

The vehicle will star in the Stephen King-inspired Hulu mini-series “11-22-63.”

Nicholas Ciacelli is a JFK memorabilia collector. He owns the car and thousands of other items associated with the late president. Wednesday afternoon, he took us for a ride in the limo, just several blocks away from the set of "11-22-63" at Dealey Plaza

“This is the ninth movie this car has been in,” Ciacelli said. “It first appeared in Oliver Stone’s movie, ‘JFK,’ in 1991.”

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