The Mercedes 600 was the flagship of Mercedes-Benz between 1963 and 1981. It was the ride of choice for the millionaires, presidents, dictators and even the Pope. Each 600 was special ordered to client's specifications. But if you're a small Merecdes-Benz dealer in a banana republic, how could you sell the newly risen…
It seems that today we, as a country, will be inaugurating a President. It's the same President we had before, so it should go pretty easily, seeing as how he already has all his stuff in the White House and all the radios preset with his chosen stations. Still, it's a big deal, since we only do this once every leap…
If you're Swedish and are planning to attend next year's prøm, then you'll definitely want to roll in today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe stretched S90. That is of course if you can afford both its price and the cost of a chaufför.
The Quattroporte is at present Maserati's biggest offering, but for some it may still not be large enough. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 2005 Maser is about as grande as you can get, but is its price too venti?
President Barack Obama's first trip to Ireland began with less luck than expected today when his Cadillac limousine scraped to a halt on a ramp at the U.S. Embassy in Dublin. It's hard to defend against leprechauns.
From the wilds of Ohio the call went out to young entrepreneurs everywhere who enjoy partying with drunk ladies: Your life needs a 1970 Olds Toronado transformed into a 28-foot-long, 9-door, 6-wheel limousine.
With Ford looking to fill the void left by the Lincoln Town Car in the livery and limousine market, Ford's hoping the Lincoln MKT crossover can do it. Even for hearses. Here's the full story on who made this one.
Having built and damaged the world's longest-ever limo a few years back, crazy car DIY expert Jay Ohrberg is creating a new "world's longest," using Ron Paul's 55-foot election campaign limo as the base for a 105-foot long ride.
Parents face a tough milestone when their children turn 16. Giving kids their first wheels is scary, but this father-turned-genius hatched a perfect plan and made junior's desire for wheels work for him. He picked a limousine.
In a way, I'm glad that I don't live in Southern California, because otherwise I'd probably own this
Hell Project classic Cadillac right now!
Being predominantly utilitarian conveyances, limousines rarely are the cause of ardor, even for those rolling in them. But today, Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a 40-foot 4x4 that will get you to the show, and will give you wood.
When we had the 50 Cars Made For Over 20 Years list a few weeks back, we were deafened by the howls of outrage from those whose favorite cars didn't make the cut.
Let's say you have a sick love of the Toyota Prius, but you also need the kid-toting and junk-hauling capabilities of a limousine. Solution? Weld a whole new section in the middle and make yourself a six-door Prius hybrid-limo.
Wedding season's quickly approaching and if you're riding in one of these ten limos to recite your vows, start a life of baby-manufacturing and welfare-collecting, well, you might be doing Jeff Foxworthy proud.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Today we're going to return to a couple of old friends.