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2007 WHITE STRETCH ESCALADE LIMOUSINE FOR SALE #2473

Year 2007
Make Cadillac
Model Escalade
stretch size 200-inches
builder Moon light
Miles 91,500
exterior color pearl white
interior color black and tan

Features: Pearl White exterior paint, 22-inch chrome oem factory Cadillac Wheels, chrome exterior trim, single window conversion, padded marine vinyl top, emergency over head department of transportation approved, full length side running boards painted with bed liner rust protect-ant finish, upgraded suspension, dual batteries, dual alternators, stainless steel mirrored ceiling, color changing star lights, dome lights, fiber optic color changing lighting, privacy divider window, limo touch control panel, am/fm stereo, cd player, dvd player, usb port, hard wood floor, surround sound stereo system, flat screen tvs, chrome body moldings, stainless steel bar, champage flute holders, cock tail glass holders, decanter holders, rear vip seating, tinted windows, ruffled seating, please call call or text 424-258-5617 for more information

These days, the word “bling” gets thrown around about as often as peanuts at a baseball game. From Hollywood and hip-hop to VH1 and the NBA, it’s seemingly everywhere, at least with regard to pop culture. In America, it applies to far more than just jewelry and clothes. Champagne, homes, electronics, and, last but certainly not least, luxury automobiles–anything that represents wealth, really.
When it comes to rides, particularly SUVs, few are as bling-bling popular as the Cadillac Escalade. Watch an episode of MTV “Cribs,” and it’s near impossible not to see at least one celebrity showing off his Escalade, generally on a tiled driveway, on the way to the pool.

These days, the word “bling” gets thrown around about as often as peanuts at a baseball game. From Hollywood and hip-hop to VH1 and the NBA, it’s seemingly everywhere, at least with regard to pop culture. In America, it applies to far more than just jewelry and clothes. Champagne, homes, electronics, and, last but certainly not least, luxury automobiles–anything that represents wealth, really.
When it comes to rides, particularly SUVs, few are as bling-bling popular as the Cadillac Escalade. Watch an episode of MTV “Cribs,” and it’s near impossible not to see at least one celebrity showing off his Escalade, generally on a tiled driveway, on the way to the pool.

Under the Escalade’s sumptuous skin resides a 49-percent-stiffer fully boxed ladder frame, to which Cadillac has bolted a new control-arm coil-over-shock front suspension–so long, torsion bars–and a reworked live-axle rear with load-leveling dampers, which also are utilized up front. The old recirculating-ball steering is replaced by a power rack-and-pinion setup, and the disc brakes are larger front and rear. Standard 18-inch alloys supplant the old 17s, while the optional 22s–like the ones on our $66,110 tester–outsize the previous dubs (20s). Regardless of tire size, chirping rubber isn’t a problem, thanks to an all-aluminum 6.2-liter V-8 that generates 403 horsepower and 417 pound-feet of torque. Mated to a six-speed automatic, the new 16-valve engine is the first to employ variable valve timing on a mass-produced overhead-valve V-8, according to Cadillac. All of this newfound powertrain technology nets an insignificantly higher combined fuel-economy number–16 mpg versus 15–but Cadillac isn’t apologizing; instead, it’s promising GM’s displacement on demand and dual-mode hybrid fuel-saving technologies within the next couple of years.

$39,995
  • Mileage: 91500
  • Body Type: SUV
  • Model Year: 2007
  • Engine Size: Choose an engine sizeL
  • Trans: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Ext color: Pearl White
  • Int color: Black and tan