- Sep 17, 2020
It wasn’t long after the 1920s automobile boom that the Secret Service started carting the president around in a souped-up vehicle of his own. Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first to get an official presidential state car in 1939—a Lincoln K Sunshine Special, outfitted with a two-way radio and other bells and whistles—and the tradition has continued ever since.
owned one of those....snuck a few folks into a drive thru as the trunk could seat like 12....1965 Pontiac Catalina 2+2
You can download the full size image (2048x1152) from my gallery in Deviant Art here>>
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