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1987 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine Dillinger/Gaines

1987 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine in School of Rock, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: US

1987 Cadillac Brougham Stretched Limousine Dillinger/Gaines

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l300 CA

2012-08-17 22:01

1980+ Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham Stretched Limousine

Genny RU

2018-04-06 00:12

I think ,that's86-87 Dillinger-Geyness.

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2018-04-06 01:07

Can you offer some info on this Dillinger-Geyness company? There are no search results.

somename US

2018-04-06 01:46

^Probably because it's spelled Dillinger-Gaines. Also I'm fairly certain this example is not a Dillinger-Gaines as all their stretch jobs feature a brushed chrome b-pillar.

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Genny RU

2018-12-26 23:14

Information about coachbuilders (not full )see on coachbuilt .com.in second, if this not DiLLinger-Gaines,what isit ? Yes ,b-pillar is not chromized.This stretch,if this is Brougham,not could be Essex by O'Gara,because Essex edition retired in 1986 model year.

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Animatronixx DE

2019-03-12 00:04

Some Dillinger-Gaines stretches don't even feature the "typical" long B-pillar. And some just have it vinyl-covered, like this one. Coachbuilding = no rule without exceptions.

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-03-12 08:37

AnimatronixX wrote Coachbuilding = no rule without exceptions.


One of the drums I have been banging for a long time, especially, in my case, on Royces, Bentleys and also buses and coaches. The customer is parting with a great deal of money, he can have what he wants. It’s no good if someone trying to identify a coachbuilt says “it can’t be one of those, the parking lights are in the wrong place”, or “that model never had spotlamps” if the customer wanted it and could afford it, he got it.

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Animatronixx DE

2019-03-12 22:05

johnfromstaffs wrote The customer is parting with a great deal of money, he can have what he wants. It’s no good if someone trying to identify a coachbuilt says “it can’t be one of those, the parking lights are in the wrong place”, or “that model never had spotlamps” if the customer wanted it and could afford it, he got it.


My passion for coachbuilt cars in a nutshell! I like it so much that I put it in my profile. :)

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