This car began as a factory production Cadillac Brougham. The car was cut in two and “stretched” by 55 inches into a custom, luxurious vehicle, by a company originally founded by Earle F. Moloney, a self-made businessman who in 1967 grandfathered the stretch limousine industry with over 14,000 limousines built. Maloney was also responsible for armored security vehicles which served 7 U.S. Presidents.
Moloney was by far the largest of 12 limousine manufacturers. Rear facing seats and wide pillars were but a few of his innovations. By the mid eighties, Maloney Coach builders employed 150 people in its 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Schaumburg, Illinois.
This vehicle includes every available multi-media option, such as a TV, VHS tape, intercom and, phone, and also has a bar with crystal decanter and glasses.
V8, 307 cu. in.
The Grand Flagship
276" Overall Length
Richard Pannone – Jackson, MI