From the December 1987 issue of Car and driver.
“Hon ‘since that Cessna cut us off at the ranch, you know I hate to be in the helicopter – and you know how full those airways are and how these controllers can be so … uncontrollable. Let’s just get in get the new sedan. “
“I just did recommended, Dear…”
“Oh. Well, uh … I, uh … did you?”
So for the Prez and the First Missuz it’s off to Camp David to take a break from politics and peccadillos. Cruising in the country’s most famous limousine should be a great way to relax. We at CDHowever, you must feel compelled to examine, examine, document, and break the bone on the latest generation of the presidential sedan as promoted by Cadillac.
Based on the virulently opulent Brougham d’Elegance, Cadillac’s Limousine de Presidente makes a detour through the O’Gara Hess & Eisenhardt Armoring Company for a heavy haute couture treatment of their bodywork on the way to the White House fleet. Jack Kennedy’s …