There was also a 1978 Chevrolet Nova Custom Limousine.
That Nova limo would look more convincing if it were:
a) One year older (’77) and a Concours.
b) Black to show off the chrome waterfall grille that the Concours trim level had.
In addition, a 1976 Pontiac Ventura Limousine as well.
Not only this Seville stretched between the front and back doors but also several inches behind the back door. Very weird. The only way that this car makes any sense to me is if it was cobbled together from a couple of wrecks and the builder was hoping for better results.
Easy to get replacements for those landau irons … just go to the bathroom fixtures aisle at any Home Depot or Lowe’s. Much more convenient now that JC Whitney has gone under.
Is that duct tape holding the center window in place?
It seems so many have forgotten. President Carter sought a downsized limousine due to fuel concerns. GM, being GM, responded. The grab handles are for the Secret Service agents.
It’s shocking everyone has forgotten. Or maybe I’m wishing I’d seen this for April Fools Day.
Those look like bathroom towel holder racks. Wow.
Looks like a dachshund on stilts.
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