A luxury car with a division window between the front and back seat, which can be raised and lowered by the occupants.
In America, limousines originally rolled off the assembly line as complete cars. They weren't super-stretched monsters. Around the late-1970s, early-1980s, companies began taking pre-existing cars (Cadillacs and Lincolns being the most popular choice) and stretching them by cutting them from one side to the other, between the front and rear doors, and 'filling in' in the middle.
Cadillac's Fleetwood Series 75 model.
Prices shown in USD.
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