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I broke down and bought this:



72k miles with nice blue leather. Comments?
 

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My father bought a '96 Superior Limo for my sisters wedding back in September. Black/Blue with 45,000 miles. Sold it for $6,800 in October :thumbsup:

Here is a picture of it with my Fleetwood:



It was a great riding limo. Plenty of power, dual A/C. All it needed when we bought it was a new serpentine belt, battery, and two new front shocks.

The beauty of these limos is they use most of the same heavy duty regular Fleetwood parts. Not like the newer 6 lug and 8 lug limos that have exclusive Cadillac only $$$$ parts.

Did you buy it for your family, to put it to work, or as a collectors item?

Enjoy it!
 

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Thanks for the post and pic.

I bought it for a family trip car, but I may put a hitch on it and use it to replace my work van. I pull a 3500 lb trailer about 12k miles a year. So I figure this might be a little step up in ride quality. I also can save over 400 gallons of fuel per year. If not, I'll just use it for about 6k miles of family travel each year.
 

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Get a US DOT number, and a limo license, and make gobs of money by renting by the hour, if I had that car, thats what the first thing I would do!!

(Don't forget about the Tax ID #)
 
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