- Written by webmin
Airport limousines are kind of like taxis: Beast of burden, they were more often than not used up quickly and then sold off, to summer camps or churches or any other group that needed to haul plenty of people cheaply in the days before full-size vans were tailored to that purpose. Unlike regular private limousines, their bulk is not balanced by luxury or prestige, so you see many more private limousines being restored nowadays than airport limousines. The seller of this 1971 Pontiac Catalina airport limo doesn’t tell us much about its history, but it looks like it’s suffered a typical fate for an airport limo. From the seller’s brief description:
Armbruster/Stageway 8-door limo-wagon gutted interior. Needs lots of work. Real attention grabber.