Quote Originally Posted by Stoneage_Caddy
rauf , i have to thank you for that pic , i never knew about that car ...gonna save that to the old harddrive

any more info on it ?
Pope John Paul II rode in a specially designed 1999 Cadillac DeVille when he greeted a crowd of 100,000 people at the Estadio Azteca. The Pope was escorted around the stadium in the one-of-a-kind DeVille before delivering his end-of-the-millennium "Address to All Generations."

The DeVille has been modified into a convertible and is specially equipped with an elevated platform for the papal chair, extra-wide doors, easy-entry steps, and the official seals and flags of the Vatican. GM de Mexico Design Studio undertook the project's initial stages of converting a Cadillac DeVille into the papal car. Cadillac then contracted two of its Master Coach builders, Eureka Coach and Roush Technologies, to complete the conversion.