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Looking for some nice diecast models of Presidential Limousines? Here is the place to find them. These models are not recommende for children under 8 years of age. There has been a great attention to detail on many of these models, down to the woodgrain interiors, opening doors, and real rubber tires.
“The current presidential limousine entered service on January 20, 2009. According to the manufacturer, General Motors, the 2009 presidential limousine, based on the Cadillac DTS, is the first not to carry a specific model name. The vehicle’s outward appearance carries many current Cadillac styling themes, but does not resemble any particular production vehicle. The body itself seems to be a modification of the immediately previous DTS-badged Presidential limousines, but the vehicle’s chassis and driveline are sourced from the Chevrolet Kodiak commercial truck. Many body components are sourced from a variety of Cadillac vehicles; for example, the car uses Cadillac Escalade headlights, side mirrors and door handles. The tail of the car seems to use the taillights and back up lights from the Cadillac STS sedan. Although a price tag has not been announced, each limousine is assumed to cost US$300,000.[dubious – discuss]
The Secret Service refers to the heavily armored vehicle as The Beast. Most details of the car are classified for security reasons. A special night vision system is in a secret location. Special loops replace the stock door handles; agents hold on to them when running alongside the car. Goodyear run-flat tires fit into extra-large wheel wells. The car is sealed against biochemical attacks. Kept in the trunk is a blood bank of the President’s blood type.
The car can seat seven people, including the President. The front seats two, and includes a console-mounted communications center. A glass partition divides the front from back. Three rear-facing seats are in the back, with cushions that are able to fold over the partition. The two rear seats are reserved for the president and another passenger; these seats have the ability to recline individually. A folding desk is between the two rear seats. Storage compartments in the interior panels of the car contain communications equipment which is called the Limousine Control Package and is operated by the White House Communication Agency. This is the voice and data device that links the vehicle to the WHCA Roadrunner at the rear of the motorcade allowing command and control (or “C2″) functions to be performed from the limo. The trunk lid has five antennas. The car is driven by a highly trained Secret Service agent who is capable of performing a J-turn. This maneuver, taught at the Secret Service training facility outside Washington D.C., can turn the limo 180 degrees in matter of seconds to escape any trouble. The President’s lead protective agent usually sits in the front passenger seat.” Quoted from WikiPedia
- Suitable for ages 8 and older.
- Fully painted.
- Heavy die-cast.
- Rubber tires.
- Accurate wheels.
1/43 Presidential Limo
List Price: $ 8.99
Price: $ 8.99
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Luxury Die-cast Presidential Limousine 2009. This Presidential Escort Vehicle has been carefully re-created in great detail by Luxury Die-cast! Features: All 4 Doors Open. Wood Design In The Interior. Presidential seals & flags. Free Wheels. Displayed On A Plastic Base And Encased In A Removable Lucite Box. Not suitable for children under 8 years.
List Price: $ 71.10
Price: $ 71.10