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Limo 2 ( Brain Matter / flesh )2775 views
Limo 2 Large2260 viewsCredit: Lancer Forum
Limo ( Brain Matter / flesh )2206 views
Lovefield1972 views
Credit original poster1881 views
Blood drops on visor mirror2431 views
Motorcade 22/11/631908 views
Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine Customization, Extension, 1961727 viewsThe Hess & Eisenhardt Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, transformed a stock 1961 Lincoln Continental convertible into the presidential limousine. The firm stretched the car by 3 1/2 feet, added steps for Secret Service agents, and installed a siren, flashing lights, and other special accessories. The customization took approximately six months and the car arrived at the White House in June 1961.
Left Front Interior Detail of a 1956 Cadillac Presidential Limousine822 viewsUnited States Secret Service agent Morgan L. Gies was responsible for White House vehicles from 1941 to 1967, serving five presidents. This photograph from his personal collection shows a 1956 Cadillac. Ohio company O'Gara-Hess and Eisenhardt custom-built two of these convertibles -- Queen Mary II and Queen Elizabeth II -- for presidential motorcade duty. They served Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson.
Willard C. Hess at Henry Ford Museum Exhibit Featuring the 1961 Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine, 1982763 viewsWillard C. Hess stands next to the 1961 Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine in Henry Ford Museum in 1982. Mr. Hess's company, Hess & Eisenhardt of Cincinnati, Ohio, modified the stock Lincoln for White House use in 1961 and then rebuilt it after President Kennedy's assassination. Mr. Hess holds the license plate the car carried during the 1963 shooting.
1961 Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine after "Quick Fix," 1964713 viewsAfter President John F. Kennedy's assassination on November 22, 1963, the Hess & Eisenhardt Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, rebuilt the 1961 Lincoln Continental Presidential Limousine into an armored car. The most prominent change was a permanent top fitted with bullet resistant windows around the sides and in the roof. The rooftop windows could be covered with a black vinyl top.
Two Presidential Cadillac Limousines Loaded inside Lockheed Hercules C-130 Airplane, 1964847 views
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