By Julie Zeveloff
updated 8/4/2011 1:25:11 PM ET
The lineup at the upcoming Quail Lodge car auction in California features tons of impressive vehicles, but this might be our favorite.
This 1964 Lincoln Continental Limousine was specifically adapted, per a request from the Vatican, to carry Pope Paul VI through the streets of New York when he visited the United Nations to speak about World Peace in 1965, according to Bonhams, which is running the auction (via The Guardian).
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44021042/ns … e/44000197
this looks a lot like the presidents car..who wants a used Popemobile?
I like the 64 Lincoln, and it would be in mint condition if they had not shortened the back window to stuff a pram hoof on the back of it.
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