Cadillac Adds CMC Coachbuilders

LCT Magazine
Posted on November 26, 2008

NEW CADILLAC MASTER COACHBUILDERS

 

DETROIT, Mich. Cadillac announced on Wednesday the addition of two new Cadillac Master Coachbuilders, Lehmann-Peterson and Southwest Professional Vehicles.


“Lehmann-Peterson and Southwest Professional Vehicles join 14 other coachbuilders that meet Cadillac’s standard for quality and customer satisfaction. We welcome them aboard and look forward to a collaborative working relationship to satisfy Cadillac customers in the funeral, limousine and corporate business industries,” said Connie Rae Montoya, Cadillac Professional Vehicle Program Manager.

 

Lehmann-Peterson is owned by Earle F. Moloney, a longtime producer of extended sedans, limousines and armored vehicles. Southwest Professional Vehicles is owned by Sean Myers and will serve the funeral and limousine industries with funeral coach and six-door limousine products.

 

The Cadillac Master Coachbuilder Program was initiated in 1992 to offer coachbuilders technical support and provide continuous improvement counsel on the completed funeral and limousine products. A complete listing of Cadillac Master Coachbuilders is attached.


Source: Cadillac Professional Vehicles press release

For more information on Chicago-baed Lehmann-Peterson, click here.


For more information on Dallas-based Southwest Professional Vehicles, click here.

Related Topics: breaking news, Fleet Vehicles

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