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1964 Chevrolet Airport Limousine Armbruster & Co.

1964 Chevrolet Airport Limousine in CHiPs, TV Series, 1977-1983 IMDB Ep. 1.04

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1964 Chevrolet Airport Limousine Armbruster & Co.

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stronghold EN

2006-01-17 04:45

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..Someones got a big family.!! :)

Junkman UK

2006-01-17 05:12

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1964 Chevrolet Airport Wagon by Stageway Coaches

stronghold EN

2006-01-17 05:31

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Quote 1964 Chevrolet Airport Wagon by Stageway Coaches

Should it be listed as Maker :- Stageway..or still Chevrolet.?

Junkman UK

2006-01-17 06:00

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Stageway merely converted Chevys (and other cars), so Chevrolet is still the maker, imo.

pilou BE

2006-01-17 09:35

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1964 Chevrolet Airport Limousine by Stageway Coaches .Yes , make is Chevrolet.

stronghold EN

2006-01-17 11:40

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Quote 1964 Chevrolet Airport Wagon by Stageway Coaches

I'd never seen one of these before.! ..had seen in books a Long Checker Wagon.

Callahan VI

2006-01-22 15:38

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Armbruster made similar stretched wagons and sedans on Chrysler chassis.

Ddey65 US

2008-08-18 01:43

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Didn't they built these with Biscayne wagons?

rjluna2 US

2012-11-13 19:54

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Ddey65 wrote Didn't they built these with Biscayne wagons?

Yes, they did.

Reg1992 US

2017-01-27 12:27

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Hopefully gas was covered by the airport... :D

AnimatronixX DE

2019-01-13 19:55

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Built by Armbruster & Co. of Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Common misconception: Stageway Coaches didn't build airport limousines - they were a dealer and sold Armbruster's conversions. Armbruster also issued brochures and did their own advertising, so not necessarily all Armbruster & Co. airport limos were connected to Stageway.

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