Readers of Oversteer, welcome to the Secret Service during the early years of the Clinton Administration. This is a 1990 Cadillac Brougham Limousine, and it’s one of those vehicles that was featured in every 1990s movie about the President’s life being in danger, of which there were surprisingly many.
Now, you can reenact those movies by purchasing this limousine, which is wonderfully outdated, but also tremendously well-kept. Offered by a private seller in the Los Angeles area, it’s listed for $21,000 with just 37,000 miles. The exterior is in gorgeous shape, and the interior looks very nice — or, at least as nice as an old-school 1990s bright red General Motors interior can look, with velour pillows and a wood minibar.
According to the listing, this Cadillac limo has a 60-inch stretch, which makes for quite a roomy rear area. It also gives you a lot of space to stick the US Presidential seal, for when you film your reenactment. The ad also notes a surprising amount of recent work, including fresh brakes, a recent fluid change, recent tires and a replacement for the original 1990 television with a new iPad. The ad also notes the car has "a bar, two ice coolers with a drain sink, a trash shoot and storage drawers," and further notes that it includes both a glass divider (for when you want to talk about the driver) and a solid divider (for when you want to illegally scheme), along with an intercom.
So what kind of person ordered this new in 1990? While it’s in California now, the Carfax report shows one of the most unusual first owners I’ve ever seen: it was initially registered in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas, likely at a hotel within the national park — and it appears that it stayed in Arkansas until 2016, though the Carfax report also shows a service record from Colorado in 2002. Either way, it’s certainly ready for your enjoyment. Just imagine grabbing a drink from the minibar, opening up a nice Twix bar and stuffing the wrapper down your trash chute. Find a 1990 Cadillac Brougham for sale