Local Limousine Company Owns a Bit of History
Presidential Limousines on Display
Ambassador Limo shows off Reagan Era Whitehouse Limousines from Owner’s Collection
CLEARWATER - As history is about to be made in Washington DC later this month with the inauguration of President Obama, a bit of Presidential history can be seen right here in the Tampa Bay area. Ambassador Limousine one of Tampa Bay’s premier limousine companies has on display two former White House Limousines from the owner’s personal collection in commemoration of the inauguration later this month.
CNN aired a story on the Presidential Limousines owned by Ken Lucci of Ambassador Limousine January 6th. The limousines toured Clearwater January 7th and visited local historical locations around the Tampa Bay area.
The two vehicles, both Cadillac Limousines served at the White House in the 1970’s and 1980’s. One was retired by the Secret Service as late as 2005. The vehicles feature Presidential Seals, inside and out, fender flags, red lights and even a siren. One vehicle, a 1975 Cadillac, was used by the Secret Service as a lead car in parades and the other, a 1984 Fleetwood, was delivered to the White House during the Reagan Administration along with the now famous “High Top” Limousine on display at the Reagan Presidential Library. The owner of Ambassador Limousine is also a Corporate Security Consultant, avid Cadillac Collector and somewhat of an historian of Presidential Transportation. His collection of Presidential and Secret Service memorabilia is also available for viewing along with the limousines at Ambassador Limousine’s Corporate Offices located at 1172 Turner Street. Clearwater .
About Kenneth Lucci, Ambassador Limousine
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