Found January 21, 2013 on
Have you been in the market for a late 1980s limo with class, style, functionality and a hint of flair? Are you a Packers fan? We have the car of your dreams. Just look at this 1988 Cadillac Fleetwood that’s a piece of football history.
You are looking at the ‘Legend of Lambeau’ limo that was reportedly used by the Brett Favre family to transport them from their homes in Mississippi to Wisconsin for home games. The seller says: “Needless to say there is not much call for me to do that anymore that’s why I’m selling it.”
The car isn’t just a limo with green LED lights and tinted windows. It also features airbrushed art of Favre and Reggie White on the hood. The trunk has artwork of Lombardi and other Green Bay greats.
Is $16,000 a fair price for this piece of history? We’d offer $10k – firm.
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