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1990 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine

1990 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine in Out for a Kill, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1990 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-02-04 18:43

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mrcadillac SX

2007-02-05 07:52

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Enough already with the "Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham" nonsense. Although these custom, stretched limouisnes truly are based on Cadillac chassis and body shells, nevertheless they cannot use a Cadillac series or model name. This is simply a "stretched Cadillac limousine ny ...[name of coach builder]" (in this case : "unknown").

antp BE

2007-02-05 12:08

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If it is based on a Fleetwood Brougham, I do not see why we cannot mention that it is a stretched Fleetwood Brougham :p
Same for the stretched Lincoln Town Car and other similar limousines.

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mrcadillac SX

2007-02-06 01:07

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In that case, this car should be filed under CHEVROLET "Corvette".

www.car-nection.com/yann/Dbas_mov/72Corvo1.jpg

...and these two under CADILLAC "Eldorado" (1) and "DeVille" (2)

1. www.car-nection.com/yann/Dbas_ima/Dr74elt4.jpg
2. www.car-nection.com/yann/Dbas_ima/dr74mzl1.jpg

I'm still of the (humble) opinion that ALL "modified" cars (unless modified AT THE FACTORY and sold, as modified, BY THE FACTORY), irrespective of the make of the base car, should be in a separate category entitled "Custom Jobs", listing the name of the coachbuilder when known.

ahight US

2007-02-06 03:17

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i think that the fact that it's classified under "Class: Cars, Limousine" automatically means it's "custom job" so no need to then add another class to it.

wrenchhead US

2007-02-06 03:34

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I think that this discussion applies mostly to more modern cars. Most of the old limousines, town cars, coupe de villes, etc. from the 20s and 30s came from the factories as rolling chassis and was bodied by specialist coachbuilders but were known by the name of the chassis maker. I agree that "stretched" sort of automatically means a custom car but the limousine class does not automatically mean that its a custom because some of the older stuff did indeed come from the factory. I see the point made by mrcadillac but have no problem with the current classification scheme as it can include all this stuff with minimal confusion since the additional info like coachbuilder is generally included in extra info if it is avaiable.

qwerty_86 US

2007-02-06 07:01

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Appears to be a '90-'92 from the trim.

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antp BE

2007-02-06 11:20

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mrcadillac wrote In that case, this car should be filed under CHEVROLET "Corvette".
www.car-nection.com/yann/Dbas_mov/72Corvo1.jpg


And it is :p /vehicle_17906-Chevrolet-Corvette-Custom.html

same for these ones:
/vehicle_928-Citroen-2CV.html
/vehicle_74601-Opel-Omega.html
modified to look like another car model

mrcadillac wrote
I'm still of the (humble) opinion that ALL "modified" cars [...], irrespective of the make of the base car, should be in a separate category entitled "Custom Jobs", listing the name of the coachbuilder when known.

What is the limit between custom and factory? It is quite hard to define. And as it is indicated that it is customized/stretched, why is it so much a probme that it still carries the name of the original car?

antp BE

2007-02-06 11:50

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ahight wrote i think that the fact that it's classified under "Class: Cars, Limousine" automatically means it's "custom job" so no need to then add another class to it.

It was supposed to be at first, but actually this class is also used for non-stretched limousine currently. Cf the discussion on http://forum.imcdb.org/forum_topic-6-10205-Limousines.html

Genny RU

2019-01-23 01:19

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It's 1989 year OEM formal rear door.Using also in the movie "Run for money",2002,also in Bolgaria.

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