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Web Show Reveals Kid Rock’s New Custom ’75 Limo

Posted on February 8, 2016

Modifications made to Kid Rock's old-school Cadillac include a Deep Black paint job, black velour seats with gold stitching, a new stereo system with two eight-inch subwoofers, shag carpeting, and a moving partition with a 32-inch television. The custom shop also slapped vogue tires on the Caddy, as well as dressing the exterior of the vehicle in gold trim.

The original 1975 Cadillac Limousine featured an MSRP of $14,557 upon its initial release and came equipped with a V8 engine rated at 210 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. In addition, this RWD limo weighed 5,842 pounds straight from the factory, featured a wheelbase of 151 inches, and also provided a 27 gallon fuel tank.

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