CHICAGO – Cadillac and Lincoln are getting into the armored car business for ’04. For years, those wanting an armored Cadillac or Lincoln had to purchase a car from a dealer and take it to a private upfitter to have the work done. Because neither Cadillac nor Lincoln were involved in the armoring, neither warranted the finished product. However, beginning this coming model year, the two domestic auto makers are getting into the ballistics business: Cadillac with an armored DeVille and ...

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