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The L&C Interview: Ralph Nader Discusses the Limousine Industry

By: LCT Staff

After his keynote address at the Limousine & Chauffeur Show in Atlantic City, Nader discussed a number of issues concerning the limousine industry

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Fatty Arbuckle's 1923 MacFarlan (courtesy Merle Norman Classic Beauty Collection)

Limousines from Hollywood’s Golden Years

Hollywood has been indispensible in bringing the limousine to prominence in American society. The use of limousines in Hollywood goes back to the ‘Teens and ‘Twenties…decades when the country was just becoming accustomed to the automobile. As Hollywood evolved over the years, limousines maintained their position as the predominant vehicle of the stars.

Pictured at a “get acquainted” dinner for leaders of regional associations were (from left) Ed White, Barbara Pastelak, L&C editor Scott Fletcher, Larry LeCompte, Ty Bobit, Frank DiGiacomo, and Alan Fisher. Click here to view more photos from the show.

1987 L&C Show in Atlantic City

Mother Nature smiled on the Limousine & Chauffeur Show in Atlantic City on February 3-5, 1987, because even though snow storms blocked roadways into Atlantic City a few days before the show,the show opened to great success.