When President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office in a few weeks, it won’t be the first time he’ll have a new Cadillac limousine at his disposal. In fact, Trump worked to create a line of Cadillac limousines in the 1980s to chauffeur VIPs around the world.
Alas, the deal fell through with the coachbuilder. However, two of the Trump Executive Series limousines did make it to production. The two 1988 Cadillac limousines have since landed in the hands of a private collector in the United Kingdom and the current owner may be ready to hand them off to a new home.
The New York Post reports the collector is considering sending the Trump limousines to auction following the outcome of the U.S. presidential election.
The limousines were of the highest standard in the 1980s. The Trump Executive Series limo featured a VCR, fax machines, a paper shredder, and, remember car phones? It was all accounted for.
Attempts to reach out to the collector have failed, so we don’t know if and when the two limos will actually make their way to the auction block.