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Lincoln Town Car 'Neo Classic Style'

Lincoln Town Car in Brat 2, Movie, 2000 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

Lincoln Town Car 'Neo Classic Style'

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

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no_car EE

2006-06-15 19:31

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appassionato IT

2006-06-15 19:52

Excalibur?

jplemoine FR

2006-06-15 20:21

Or maybe Clenet, I guess...

stronghold EN

2006-06-15 21:37

Among other makers of these classic car(?) impersonators ...are Gatsby & another called Marauder (..I think there are even more similar one's i've seen in books.!!)..most seem to be american.

-- Last edit: 2006-06-15 21:37:51

Firebird86 US

2006-06-15 22:03

Zimmer Golden Spirit link

Sandie SX

2016-03-27 16:52

Not a Zimmer. The 80s Sedans were based on an extended Ford Mustang platform and had a different side profile:
http://www.bobsclassics.com/83l.htm

Even the later ones (which were built on Town Cars) had a different arch/wing profile:
Link to "www.autoviva.com"

This is just something (80s Town Car?) that's been modified.

oKARR MX

2016-05-17 21:11

By the mirrors you can tell it's a Cadillac. After a few google searches, I found it's a 1982 Cadillac Seville modified by Grandeur Motors Corporation in Florida.
Here's another angle of the car taken from the movie:
[Image: brat2.jpg]


The "regular" custom Cadillac Seville for the untasteful gentlemen of the 80s looked like this:
[Image: 1982cadillac090204.jpg]
That's only half of the modification, but you can see that the base car is really a 1982 Cadillac Seville sedan. Even the wire hubcaps look original.


Now the rest of the mods including both bumpers, lights and the hood could be the result of even further customization, perhaps by Zimmer or similar.

G-MANN UK

2016-06-03 16:23

Despite what oKARR says, I think it's a Lincoln Town Car, not a Cadillac Seville. It's got Town Car doors, door handles, opera window AND door mirrors.

oKARR wrote After a few google searches, I found it's a 1982 Cadillac Seville modified by Grandeur Motors Corporation in Florida.


I suggest you provide some links because I couldn't find anything.

-- Last edit: 2016-06-03 16:23:13

Trxster US

2021-10-18 21:39

Does anyone know who manufactures this type of four-door Lincoln/Excalibur hybrid neoclassic car? I'm trying to find a manufacturer but the Russian sites don't really help much.

AnimatronixX DE

2021-10-18 22:16

^ No.

Various manufacturers from the past are known for these conversions, like the ones mentioned above or New York Custom Coach, Empire Coach, Marquis, Knudsen, Baroque etc. Nowadays these cars are mostly built with conversion kits, manufactured by various companies/ people/ UFOs/ things/ animals/ whatnots who all have one thing in common: They're completely unknown! At least to me and everyone else, it seems. :/ I tried to investigate the contemporary whos and whats, but it appears like nobody wants to admit being involved in these projects.

Here's a kit which is very similar to the one used for the car above, yet not the same. What you need is a used Lincoln Town Car, a garage, some craftsmanship, a bit of time, some good luck and no shame.

[Image: neoclassickit3.jpg] [Image: neoclassickit4.jpg] [Image: neoclassickit1.jpg] [Image: neoclassickit2.jpg]

Trxster US

2021-10-19 09:23

AnimatronixX wrote ^ No.

Various manufacturers from the past are known for these conversions, like the ones mentioned above or New York Custom Coach, Empire Coach, Marquis, Knudsen, Baroque etc. Nowadays these cars are mostly built with conversion kits, manufactured by various companies/ people/ UFOs/ things/ animals/ whatnots who all have one thing in common: They're completely unknown! At least to me and everyone else, it seems. :/ I tried to investigate the contemporary whos and whats, but it appears like nobody wants to admit being involved in these projects.

Here's a kit which is very similar to the one used for the car above, yet not the same. What you need is a used Lincoln Town Car, a garage, some craftsmanship, a bit of time, some good luck and no shame.

[Image: neoclassickit3.jpg] [Image: neoclassickit4.jpg] [Image: neoclassickit1.jpg] [Image: neoclassickit2.jpg]


Dang... you seem to know a whole lot on those neoclassics though! On my search through the ones on here I've seen your name pop up everywhere. Wouldn't surprise me if you even drove a neoclassic, haha. Yeah most of the ones that I love the most look almost like a Zimmer front slapped on a Lincoln body. The rear is very much different than a Zimmer though.

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