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Old 08-26-2017, 07:25 AM   #1
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old 4x4 sedans: were they a thing?

I've always had a thing for old, boxy, 4-wheeled monuments to american excess, such as the Cadillac Eldorado and the Lincoln Town Car, but I'm also into drivetrains that run all fours instead of just one axle. An hour of googling things provided nothing but rear wheel drive barges and the AMC Eagle. The Eagle is pretty close to what I'm picturing, but they're far too rare for me to afford and maintain one. The Town Cars, Crown Vics, Cadillacs, etc. that I saw were all sedan bodies welded to f150 chassis, thus destroying the stock appearance... My question is if anyone knows if an old land barge with factory 4wd exists, because once again google has let me down in the automotive realm.

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