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This Limo May Be Old School, But It's Still Young Under The Hood

Martin Romjue
Posted on May 15, 2017
(Limoforsale.com photo)

(Limoforsale.com photo)

LOS ANGELES --- While the chauffeured vehicle market has advanced beyond the former Lincoln Town Car, and the stretch sedan limousine attracts far fewer clients, along comes a reminder that retro can still be cool and affordable.

For any operator still holding on to traditional clients, a 2006 Royale Lincoln Town Car 72-in. 6-passenger stretch is now available on Limoforsale.com for $14,000 at 62,000 miles.

SPECS, PHOTOS & SELLER INFO HERE

A key selling point: The private owner has never used IT for regular livery/limo service. It has a mechanical condition of a maximum 10 rating, and exterior/interior conditions of 9. That's almost like buying a used car from an older lady who only drove it slowly to and from church.

This Royale stretch comes with: Tinted windows, wet bar, fiber optic lighting, premium sound, iPod aux integration, A/C power outlets, window shades, leather seats, TV/DVD, and a sunroof. What more do you really need in a limo ride?

Like an evening visiting in wing-tip easy chairs in a paneled library holding a cigar and a tumbler of scotch, a ride in a classic stretch, marketed just right, can bring back the sophisticated cool of classier times. 

Related Topics: Limoforsale.com, Lincoln Town Car, online vehicle sales, Royale, stretch limousine, used vehicles, vehicle sales

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