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This Series 756 Factory Limousine was used at the White House during the Reagan and Bush administrations. Delivered
in March of 1984, this vehicle served at the White House and later at the pentagon until 2005 when it was retired
and sold at auction. This vehicle was designed to seat 7, three in the front compartment and four comfortably in
the rear salon using built in jump seats. This
Series 75 was used in parades as a lead car carrying secret service agents, cabinet members and support staff. In
addition many photos from the period show series 75 Limousines transporting the
President and other dignitaries.
This car is equipped with red lights under the grille, a siren and two way radios as originally used by the secret
The rear salon is finished in dark blue velour with presidential seals on the rear seat and doors. Amenities
include: Lap robes, bolster pillows, rear Climate and stereo control.
This car was used in three presidential inaugurations, it was also shipped around the world and used in
The car comes with memorabilia as seen in the pictures. the flag in the glass case was used on President Reagan's
armoured limo, which is in his library now. the presidential seal was donated to the car display by Micheal Deaver,
who was deputy chief of staff to President Reagan, and he was responsible for it being on the podium when the
Car runs and drives