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HarleyEarl

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Love the s.s. interior, super long wheelbase and yacht like styling features.

HATE the retarded FWD setup that makes it retardedly backwards. You do NOT pull that much weight around wiht the frot wheels. Damn it the rear axle must support AT least 65% of the vehicle's weight but the fornt wheels power it? :rolleyes:

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Love the s.s. interior, super long wheelbase and yacht like styling features.

HATE the retarded FWD setup that makes it retardedly backwards. You do NOT pull that much weight around wiht the frot wheels. Damn it the rear axle must support AT least 65% of the vehicle's weight but the fornt wheels power it? :rolleyes:

Wrong. The Deville livery vehicles are all based on a truck chassis with the cosmetic Deville styling on it.

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Wrong: Cadillac still provides a commercial-spec FWD chassis with HD suspension, wheels, steering & brakes, increased structural reinforcements & extended wiring harnesses under the Cadillac Master Coachbuilder program. Includes W20, V4U and B9Q livery and pro-car chassis's. Still no factory limo unfortunately but it's a lot more than merely an aftermarket conversion company chopping a 'street spec' Deville (those are done, too).

ZR3 Escalade-chassis vehicles are a separate offering.

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Love the s.s. interior, super long wheelbase and yacht like styling features.

HATE the retarded FWD setup that makes it retardedly backwards. You do NOT pull that much weight around wiht the frot wheels. Damn it the rear axle must support AT least 65% of the vehicle's weight but the fornt wheels power it? :rolleyes:

Who cares; it's not like you'd be alive to see yourself riding in such a backwards machine! :lol:

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