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Is Chrysler Still American Enough To Build A Presidential Limo?

Posted on March 17, 2014

Last week, we mentioned that the Secret Service was soliciting bids for a new presidential limousine. Among the criteria for a replacement for "The Beast" was the following: "This solicitation is restricted to Major Domestic U.S Automobile Manufacturers, who have their primary headquarters located in the United States of America."

Autoweek.com article here

LCT related item: US Secret Service Plans Limousine for Next President

Related Topics: armored vehicles, Chrysler, Chrysler 300, limousine manufacturing, Presidential Limousine

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