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Car and Driver writers were impressed by the progress between all nine model versions.
A museum is featuring one of only two Trump-branded Cadillac limousines ever built.
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The custom prototypes were commissioned in 1987 and built by the now defunct Dillinger-Gaines Coachbuilders.
More than 500 attendees and 50 “visiting” coaches supplemented the museum’s 38 antique buses.
The sales brochure sums it up: “Words can only suggest what the Lincoln Continental is. To really own this car, you have to drive it."
The limo featured Italian leather upholstery, wool carpeting, a TV and VCR, a fax machine, a paper shredder, and more.
The Golden Series stretch has a rosewood writing desk, a safe, and a cabinet with a “Perm-a-Pub” booze dispenser in it.
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British operator Darren Preater says it will cost him £10,000 ($13,327) to repair the damage done.
The Continental will be on display until July 20 and then move on to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
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