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Bryan
Hagerty Employee

This ’80s Olds limo is all about the “unexpected pleasure” of affordable luxury

In 1988, Concept Coach Builders of Milwaukee made all sort of stretch jobs in the name of affordable luxury (and underseat briefcase storage solutions), including Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, Silver Spirit and Silver Spur conversions priced in the $125,000–150,000 range for the less budget-conscious. However, those with only $29,900 in their pocket could still call Scott Sampson at 414-273-2225 to order their very own custom-built Oldsmobile Delta 88 Limousine instead.

 

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https://www.hagerty.com/media/automotive-history/this-80s-olds-limo-is-all-about-the-unexpected-plea...

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gpsuya
Detailer

Too bad they put the rear door window on backwards..

MPetrany
Pit Crew

Seems lazy, doesn't it?

Pepperalls
Detailer

That triangle of body panel behind the B pillar is bad enough on the 1960s Crew Cab conversions some outfitters did. Here it is just awful.

Truthworldwide
Intermediate Driver

Looks like they also used the coupe doors' glass too, instead of making something custom for it. I like that "uncustomized 53" rear doors" is touted as a feature.