Do you want a unique family hauler without too much cargo space? How about an Olds Eighty-Eight with six doors? Sure, it probably hauled families to funerals, but at least it’s not an actual hearse. As a bonus, this sale includes a 1970s child seat/death trap! Continue reading Six-Door 1979 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight Armbruster Stageway Limo
Because the 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood just wasn’t outlandish enough when stock, we hereby present one made into both a donk and a limo.
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Miami, FL, USA (no shit!)
$17,100 with 49 bids and four days to go
Yes, there’s a limo in this shot…
Can these brakes REALLY stop this thing?
Here’s one shot where things aren’t 100% f’ed up.
Then there’s this.
Note the leather, which seems to match nothing else.
Lots of MB Quart goodies and zero cargo capacity!
Even a few bits are color-keyed under the hood, though you’ll need a ladder to confirm.
1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo Donk Style!
Up for consideration is my fully custom 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo. This isn’t your ordinary limo, this limo has over $150,000 invested… as is up for auction at an extremely low reserve. This limo has been featured in TV commercials, music videos, many magazines and articles, movies, and more (links included). The Fleetwood was featured in a Pitbull Dr. Pepper Commercial, as well as a Rick Ross and DJ Khaled Music Video. Has also been showcased at opening games for the University of Miami. The vehicle has been to SEMA in 2007 and 2008. Has been to several Dub Shows, US TOP CUSTOM SHOWS, and many many more. The truck has won awards like Best Car, Best Suspension. Crowned the Best Lifted Donk Style Vehicle of its era by many. This is the definition of a one of a kind vehicle. None of the work on this truck is a hack job, this is all professionally done by nationally renowned custom car builder Frank Carralero from Red’s Hydraulics Miami.
This 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood limo was fully customized by Red’s Miami. The front suspension is a Red’s 20” spindle with 8” Slam Specialties bags and Red’s pro steering kit. The rear suspension comes with a long travel 4 link with bags by Slam Specialties and Rancho Reservoir shocks. The compressors are 7-gallon Air Zeniths. The brakes consist of 13 ½” cross dilled, slotted, zinc plated rotors with a four-piston billet caliper. The wheels are 30” TIS Modular and the tires are Pirelli Scorpions. The front grill is an E&G Classics and the paint was done by EZ Mobil Paint with pinstripes by Al Torres of Red’s. The seats are customized brown and green suede. This Cadillac comes complete with a full audio/video setup. A Jensen DVD/TV radio was installed along with two 26” LCD Displays. Also installed was eight sets of MB Quart components 6 ½” PBH216 and 5 ¼” PBH213, audio control, EQL, two MB Quart PAB4100 amplifiers for highs and two MB Quart PAB1200 amplifiers for lows. Four 12” PWH304 subwoofers, five Red Top Optimas, two Tsunami, two Farao digital capacitors, and tsunami wires. Custom fiberglass door panels and sub box were also built. Custom Johnny Walker custom built by Premier Custom Sound.
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Not too many decades ago, multi-door airport shuttles/limousines were relatively common. We vaguely recall that the mini-shuttles we all know from rental car and parking shuttle usage today simply weren’t around; so it made sense to have these multi-door beasts,which could add passengers quickly and without requiring those already on board to reshuffle. I remember seeing multi-door Chevy Suburbans back in the day, but they weren’t the only ones. As the leading taxi manufacturer, it makes sense that Checker made a shuttle version of their Marathon, and that’s what we’re looking at today.
The engine and trans are claimed to be new; so we don’t expect issues with running and driving. That just leaves the question of what one would do with this thing. Perhaps it could be the ultimate Uber? We’d just worry about gas mileage.
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Sparks, NV, USA
$22,000 with ZERO bids, reserve not met and 5.5 days to go
Yes, this is long…
And, yes, all of those doors open.
Rear view barely reveals wagon body, which makes this a nine-door.
Here’s one more open view.
Cockpit is a decent place to be, in a retro way.
Here’s the view backward.
The seller prioritized bass output over cargo. If you put this back into service, you might want to undo this.
Here’s the new Chevy 350, which is attached to a new Turbo 400 automatic trans. We won’t even gripe about the automatic here.
1968 Checker Taxi AeroBus AirPorter
9 Door Custom Limo
Fresh restoration and updates, just 3,000 miles
What an Awesome vehicle! If you really want to make an impression, this is the vehicle to own. It turns heads where ever it goes. Multiple car show awards, perfect for a limo business, proms, weddings, family outings, parades, or a great way to promote your local business.
This Checker taxi Limousine was originally built by Checker at it’s Kalamazoo, MI plant. It spent many years on display at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento, CA.
Everything on this car has less than 3,000 miles on it since it was mechanically rebuilt, and the interior and exterior were tastefully restored to period looking colors, materials, and fresh multistage paint was applied.
It was nicely restored with the additions of an updated engine and transmission, Custom Wheels, updated A/C, sound system, and sunroof.
We started with a rebuilt Chevy 350/ 350HP Heavy Duty 4-bolt main crate motor, added an aluminum Intake and 4BBL carb, nicely detailed with Edelbrock Air cleaner and chrome valve covers. Hooked up to a rebuilt Turbo 400 transmission with a shift kit.
New cooling system that keeps it running cool.
New front and rear power brakes. Has power steering.
New style R34 Air Conditioning for hot days.
New custom Upholstery in period popular tweed cloth.
New Multi-speaker custom sound system with Sub-Woofers in the back.
New custom paint
Larger alternator to handle the big stereo and amp.
Sun Roof with removable Glass was installed. (For those times you just need to stand up through the roof). Great for waving to people and tossing candy and gifts out in parades.
This checker limo is ready to roll. There are not many of these rare 8 Door Airport limos left.
This has got to be one of the finest in the country.
Don’t let this one get away!
Ask for Rich for more details or to arrange for inspection at
775 xxxxxxxor 775 xxxxxxx
I have a clean title. Non-Refundable $2,000 deposit shall be made within 3 days of winning bid through PayPal. Balance due in cash or agreed upon bank cashier’s check with-in 7 days. Transportation and /or storage arrangements must be determined in advance of final payment.
As this vehicle is used and no longer in production, it is being sold as is, with no warranty or guaranties. Please ask any questions before bidding.
The limo is in Reno NV. Transportation and cost is the responsibility of the winning bidder.
Good luck bidding!
Straight out of Florida comes this beast built my a limo company. We suppose converting a Charger (i.e. starting with a four door) would have been too easy. This one started as a two-door and was extended, at least as far as we can tell.
Because stretching a two-door Pony car into a limo wasn’t enough, this one has the obvious gullwing doors and also has a supercharger feeding its Hemi engine to the tune of 700 rear wheel horsepower. The best news here, however, is that this runs through a six-speed manual!
Want the bad news? Well, the seller wants $250K for this and it’s Buy-It-Now (BIN) only. So, it won’t sell and we won’t see what the market has to say about it. Maybe it will be listed again as an auction?
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Alva, FL, USA
$250K BIN with one day to go
Say what you want, but this will stand out in a crowd. The paint alone would have done it, but the doors seal the deal.
As we were saying.
What Florida sale picture would be complete without surface water in the background?
Here’s an image of the seating layout – it’s really not a limo, just a very hard way to get to an extended four-door with two rows of seats.
Aside from the stretch and, presumably, the door panels, the interior appears mostly stock.
All stock here.
Not stock here – a Kenne Bell supercharger has been fitted.
This is a custom one of a kind Dodge Challenger SRT8 (built into a Jet-door car in 2016).
Clean Ride Customs did the whole build.
The conversion was done at 15,100 miles! This is brand new off the line.
This Challenger has been pampered since day one!
This car is prestine !!!
The car has a $10,000 paint job with hemi-orange, jet-black and dodge green.
The interior is black leather and suede trim.
Hurst 6 speed transmission
The Kenne Bell Supercharger which brings it to 765hp at the wheels (900hp at the flywheel) is on order and we will be installing soon. Pictures will be uploaded once it is complete.
Ice cold AC (stock equipment gets even colder with the bigger cabin.)
Automatic jet-doors with push button remote controls
Absolute Insane awesome….Not another one like it on the Planet….No joke, this car will rock your world, this car will put you on top, anywhere you go.
Another Lamborgini or Ferrari can be bought tomorrow. This is a one of a kind unit…NO one on the globe has one like it, or even close to it.
If you want one of the Coolest, yet Hottest cars on the Planet, buy this one today. The owner of Clean Ride Customs, Bob Calvert, is not wanting to let this one go….it was just completed last week and he has drove it out to eat twice…He’s in love with it.
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Fly into RSW (Fort Myers airport) and we will pick you up in a Limo(or the New SRT), whichever you want) and bring you to the shop.
Buy it and drive it home, or We will trailer it for you.
We build the most Awesome Mercedes Sprinter limos…..
13-15 passenger limo
Clean Ride Customs 239-xxx-xxxx
Yes, indeed, it’s a 1980s Accord limo! We’re curious about the interior, but the seller has denied us photos.
Apparently, a company in Canoga Park, CA converted several of these, though we don’t know why. This one appears to have many needs; so it will be a special someone who decides to buy this and sink money into it.
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Riverside, CA, USA
85 honda accord limousine. rare very few made. every person who sees it says they have never seen one before. very low miles. limo was manufactured in the 80’s by a limo company in Canoga Park Ca. runs. rebuilt carburetor. interior in good condition. double bench seats in rear facing eachother. working sunroof in rear. dividing glass window. separate vents in rear. it needs exterior cosmetic work. was going to keep it but have too many projects. i attached a picture of what they look like fixed up. $1200. call or text
Stutz was once a proud marque in the US, but its attempted Resurrection in the 1970s did not go well and let’s just say it did not produce the most tasteful of cars. Supposedly, Elvis Presley bought the very first 1971 Bearcat when the name was revived – that should tell you how subtle and tasteful it was. The company did limp along for about fifteen years, however; so this 1984 model was near the end.
Most sources say only about twenty of this Victoria model were produced. When we say produced, we mean that an Old Delta 88 was shipped to Italy to have gaudy panels and interior fitted at a ridiculously high cost. This car’s price was apparently close to $100K in 1984, which is the equivalent of $250K or more today.
The interior is indeed quite luxurious, although this example wears cloth in place of leather. The coolest interior feature is the center-console-mounted CRT TV for the rear passengers. After all, this was positioned as a limousine at the time.
We don’t like to quote Wikipedia, but we love this: “Many of these Victorias, all of them white, were sold to the Royal family of Saudi Arabia. But within 2 to 3 years all of them were retired due to various malfunctions.” That might not have been Stutz’s fault – that could have been the 1980s GM owner experience.
This is an intriguing oddity at anything under $5K, and the rarity is very real; but we will start to question peoples’ sanity if bids cross $10K. One has to wonder where the reserve is set.
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Bayside, NY, USA
$2,025 with 3 bids, reserve not met and 6.5 days to go
If you’ve ever seen a 70s Stutz, you know this front end, for better or for worse.
Though the tree’s shadow screws up this photo, the sun brings out the extra-gaudy two-tone paint and this angle shows the blocky Olds roof line, which contrasts with the added Stutz bodywork. Note the pseudo-continental kit, for which Stutz was known.
Here’s another shot of dat ass.
Here’s a face shot, for good measure.
As we said, things are better inside, which lots of real wood. Note the oddly-chosen cloth.
Here’s the rear – ample legroom, huge trays and a TV!
Here’s a semi-close-up of the C-stack. Note the high-tech, 80s. audio system.
Glove box was adorned with a plaque stating this was made for someone else, but Barney stuck his own plaque right on top.
Are these people proud to have built this?
Here’s the Olds V8, which is likely a 350 with modest output (think sub-200HP). Hopefully, it offers some low-end torque, as we imagine this thing is heavy.
Here is a crazy opportunity to own a super rare car. This is a 1984 STUTZ Victoria. There was only 7 of these cars made. They only know of 5 that are still to exist. 2 are Mia. This car was based on a 98 Oldsmobile platform. The car was then handcrafted in Torino Italy by Stutz Motor Company. It is an amazingly built car. It has so many crazy things. It is all trimmed out in 24 carat gold inside. It has pull out trays in the back seat for its passengers and a tv built in. This car was a high class car built in 1984 with everything it has. The cost new was a little over $100k in 1984. Do some research through Google and you will see this actual car. This car has some crazy history and paperwork. This car actually won 1st place in the GM nationals in 2006. I have a ton of trophies and plaques from past shows. Now for the current condition. This car was purchased at auction in 2006-2007 from the last owner Barney Loucks. All the search info on this car online comes up as being the Barney Loucks car. He was the second owner from what I can tell. It honestly only has 38,000 original miles on it. I can prove the mileage. The car was purchased as an investment back then but the car was not kept in the proper storage over the years. The car will need to be refreshed again. The car will need to be painted to be nice again and some chrome work. The car is still solid and runs and drives great. It’s better than a Cadillac the way it drives. The interior is in good shape but will need to be polished and a good deep cleaning. There is so much to tell about the car so I think the best thing is to call me at 347-xxx-xxxx. I will tell you everything about the car. This car deserves to be lightly restored and be in a museum or personal collection and taken care of. Call for all info.
This is technically NOT an Isetta – this is the “limo” version, which has a conventional side door and back seat. Otherwise, it is similar to an Isetta, though it has double the cylinders and double the power.
The 600 was only made for the 1958 and 1959 model years, so there are fewer of these than Isettas. For better or worse, this one has a semi-automatic gearbox called the Saxomat. We imagine it must be terrible to drive.
This is a project car needing just about everything in terms of refurbishment, but the seller claims all original parts are included. The engine is mostly complete and the trans is all there. Given recent microcar prices, this will probably be bid up some past the current $1500 price and there’s probably still money in it if the buyer can take on a lot of the work without paying for expensive labor. This is definitely worth saving!
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Ft. Lauderdale, FL
$1,525 with 24 bids, no reserve and 1.33333 days to go
Here’s the iconic Isetta front end/door.
And here’s the 600-specific side door.
Things don’t look too good inside, but the major pieces are there.
Front door does open, but you won’t see the steering wheel swinging out, as it should.
Front seat has no foam and interior generally needs a complete makeover.
This appears to be the empty engine compartment.
Here are the engine and transmission. This is a twin-cylinder, 600cc engine, vs. the single used in the Isetta.
The seller may have a problem…
This is a 1959 BMW 600 Sax-o-mat, this version had a semi automatic transmission and no clutch pedal, this is Rarest of the BMW’s. of the 34813 produced in witch approximately 3400 was US Model . I have too many projects on the moment and I will let this one go, It will need restoration. This car does have an engine and transmission, what you see on the car is what you get, all original glass, unmolested.
This cars are going up in price and this is the rarest of them all, I am listing no reserve starting at 5k. I have others projects prioritized, and other running BMW 600s that I drive often.
Basically an Isetta that seats 4 people.
This is an email that I sent to BMW Archives and got an answer.
The BMW 600 VIN 145828 was manufactured on April 7th, 1959 and delivered on August 20th, 1959 to the BMW importer Fadex Commercial Corp. in New York City. The original color was “Azurblau”.
Unfortunately we are unable to tell you how many BMW 600 with Saxomat clutch were delivered to the US, in fact we don’t know how many Saxomat equipped BMW 600 were built at all.
Nevertheless we hope, this is helpful for you.
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The Original Price of a regular 600 was $1398 and one with sax-o-mat was $1898, A VW Beetle was $1695.
The BMW 600, also know as the Isetta 600, was the second bubble car that BMW produced in the 50ʼs. Hoping to follow the success of the smaller Isetta, BMW stretched the basic design to incorporate a second seat row to provide growing families with an economical vehicle. BMW 600s use a 67 inch wheelbase and are 114 inches long (Isetta dimensions were 59 and 93 inches), affording space for five occupants that accessed the car through the front and side door. The Isettaʼs air-cooled 298cc, 13hp 1-cylinder engine was replaced by a modified air-cooled boxer twin from BMWʼs 1950s R67 motorcycle, displacing 582 ccs and making 26hp (SAE). BMW 600s were produced for only two model years, 1958 & 1959. Their short production can be attributed to the demise of the bubble car craze in Europe, and never being accepted as viable alternatives to other small cars at the time, most notably the VW Beetle. Just 34,813 were built, with approximately 10 percent (3400) produced as US models with larger bumpers and seven inch sealed beam headlamps. BMW introduced several innovate features in the 600 like the semi-trailing arm rear suspension (the first production vehicle to use this), and utilized creative packaging in many ways like placing the spare tire in the front door. A fully synchronized four speed trans-axle was standard equipment, along with a 12 volt electrical system. A heater, dual wipers, and ash tray were the only standard features. Some additional items were available as options like sun-visors (one even with a make-up mirror), and mud flaps as found on this vehicle. Fuel economy from the two cylinder engine ranges from 40-50 miles per gallon, depending on driving styles. Advertised top speed is 65 mile per hour.
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Are you a goth or vampire type? Maybe you just love Ministry’s early work, like I do. If any of these is true, this could be the car for you! Still, it appears that Jesus did NOT build this hot rod.
“Transmission line blew though so all the fluid pissed out.”
“Working partition window makes drinking legal in the back.”
The seller does claim the interior is all there, but needs attention; and the transmission supposedly was not harmed by the loss of fluid.
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This could be purchased by Mike Huckabee just to be crushed.
Looking for the perfect car for that new teen driver in your household? If not already, the 1985 Honda Accord should be on your shopping list; so why not go “all-out” and pick up this spiffy Limousine conversion? Tell your kid and 6-8 of his punk friends to turn off Facebook (or twitter, or snapchat, or whatever…) and hop in the back this this sweet ride. “Go to the mall and walk around dammit! like we did in the 90’s!” How’s that for social media? Your kid can even charge his friends for rides to help pay for gas money. We just hope he has already passed his driver’s test. Parallel parking this bad boy must be a bitch. Only 13k original miles.
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The conversion was performed by Marquis Custom Coach of Canoga Park, CA. We’re not sure if they are still in business, but here is an entertaining article about them from the 1984 issue of LCT (do you still have your copy?)
Original eBay Advertisement text: (all caps of course!)
BEEN IN MY DADS GARAGE FOR YEARS. LAST TAGS ON PLATE WERE FROM 2002 AND EVEN
THEN HE RARELY USED IT. WE HAVE HAD THIS VEHICLE SINCE 1993 AND WAS ALWAYS
GARAGED AND MAINTAINED. OVER THE PAST 21 YEARS WE HAVE HAD THE VEHICLE IT HAS
ONLY BEEN DRIVEN 13,246 MILES. I AM SELLING THE CAR FOR MY MOTHER SINCE MY
FATHER HAS PASSED.
FAR I HAVE PULLED IT OUT OF THE GARAGE AND MOUNTED 4 NEW TIRES, INSTALLED A NEW
BATTERY, DRAINED THE FUEL AND ADDED FRESH FUEL, CHANGED THE OIL AND FILTER. THE
CAR STARTS AND RUNS BUT RUNS ROUGH AT IDLE-NEEDS TO HAVE THE CARB CLEANED
OUT(YES IT IS CARBURATED)AND OR ADD FUEL SYSTEM CLEANER AND RUN LONGER TO
HOPEFULLY CLEAR UP THE IDLE CIRCUIT. WE ARE IN A RURAL AREA SO I HAVE DRIVEN IT
WITH THE EXPIRED TAGS TO MAKE SURE IT WAS SHIFTING THROUGH THE GEARS AND DRIVING
PROPERLY…IT RUNS FINE AND SMOOTH ONCE OFF OF THE IDLE CIRCUIT AND PULLING FROM
THE PRIMARY OF THE CARB. THE CAR HAS SOME MINOR COSMETIC ISSUES BUT THE BODY IS
STRAIGHT AND IT IS AN ARIZONA CAR…ALTHOUGH IT DOES SHOW SOME MINOR RUST
TOWARDS THE BOTTOM OF THE UNDER CARRIAGE MOST LIKELY FROM WHERE THE CAR WAS
SECTIONED INTO THE LIMOUSINE. THE A/C WORKS JUST NEEDS TO BE CHARGED.
QUESTIONS OR ADDITIONAL PICS JUST MESSAGE ME-I HAVE NOT HAD THE TIME TO INVEST
IN CHARGING THE AIR CONDITIONING OR CLEANING THE CARB BUT PLAN TO DO SO IF I GET
THE TIME. ONCE THAT HAPPENS AND TAGS ARE RENEWED SO THE VEHICLE CAN BE USED
PRICE WILL LIKELY CHANGE-THANKS
What’s a Mauck MSV 1120s? Well, it’s an RV-ish limo that was generally loaded up with features and sold to celebrities. That being said, some went into municipal service as buses. The low floor allowed easier wheelchair access vs. a typical bus.
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$54,000 BIN with offers considered
Well, it’s no boring.
Green is an interesting choice, but it’s consistent throughout the interior. C-stack subwoofer? Why not?
Bench seats are obviously taken from some other vehicle, but I don’t know which.
A vehicle like this with no bar would be just plain silly.
In the late 90s, this panel still looked badass.
This 25 ft long, 8 feet tall (not counting satellite dome) low-floor configuration that permitted nearly 6.5 feet of headroom), and 8 feet (2.4 m) wide vehicle is driven by rear (pusher configuration) GM 454 cubic inch (7.4L) 8 cylinder gasoline engine mated to GM 4L80E heavy duty truck transmission driving Ford 9″ custom-designed rear axle with Currie Industries differential. Mileage average is about 11 mpg depending on terrain and driving habits, 35-gallon tank.
Driver and passenger area partition separated with door. Air suspension, Alloy wheels, dual climate controls, remote start, remote entry, two way remote alarm, key-less entry, power windows, power door locks, power brakes, power steering, heated power mirrors, cruise control, a reverse camera, ice bin, wet bar, hot/cold water dispenser with sink, waste basket, 26″ 12v LED tv, in-motion KVH Tracvision satellite TV dome and direct TV reviver, DVD/MP3 reviver, VCR, Sony amplifier, Bose 4.1 audio system with Acoustimass 10 Series II Subwoofer, Sony CD/radio receiver with sub woofer in driver area, on-board intercom, Onan Commercial 4500 watt on-board generator, 120v outlets, Trace Engineering 2000 watt modified sine wave inverter, automatic transfer switch, roof top AC, shore power connector, marine search remote controlled light, LED back up lights.
New brakes, new exhaust, new oil inter-cooler hoses, new fuel pump. The RV refrigerator and two extra captain seats, included free to a reasonable bidder. Please click here, for more Wikipedia information.
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