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Cadillac Stretched Limousine Dillinger-Gaines

Cadillac Stretched Limousine in Der Fahnder, TV Series, 1984-2005 IMDB Ep. 7.24

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

Cadillac Stretched Limousine Dillinger-Gaines

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

Comments about this vehicle

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AnimatronixX DE

2019-02-17 20:08

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Dillinger-Gaines - we have a lot of those clunkers in Germany.

Genny RU

2019-03-24 00:05

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FOR AnimatronixX: I agreement, but i can't to see emblem on rear roofline area. It's also may be AMerican Custom Coahworks Paris edition.P.S. Like in Germany american vintage luxury limousines!In Russia have only one Dillinger-Gaines"(0 for unreal money...

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Nightrider RU

2019-03-24 00:10

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^^Why clunkers?

AnimatronixX DE

2019-03-24 00:30

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@ Genny: This was filmed in Munich around 1996, when stretchlimos weren't such a big thing over here and the market mainly consisted of cheaper limos. Nowadays it's different, but at the time the chance of a Dillinger-Gaines is way higher. I see what you mean, but I still think it's a Dillinger. Even though I'd personally prefer the ACC, of course.

@Nightrider: Dillinger-Gaines were a "limo-factory" that produced incredible numbers of stretches. I don't think they were built to last, just to impress. I once had the pleasure of helping someone to rip out the interior of a 1986 Dillinger limo and was appalled by the poor quality of the coachwork. They are also known for deflection of the entire structure - you can see that pretty well when it's raining. ;)

Nightrider RU

2019-03-24 12:04

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^Armbruster limos were better?)

AnimatronixX DE

2019-03-24 15:10

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^ Yes, definitely! Armbruster & Co. (later: Armbruster/Stageway) know their stuff, as they already started in the 1920s and have loads of experience building six- or eight-door limousines. Many of their airport limousines from the 1950s/60s survive to date - traditional craftsmanship pays off.

Nightrider RU

2019-03-24 16:15

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^Thanks!

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