1986 White London Sterling Limousine with Gray Interior. Estimated 100 produced, this was number 68 production according to the plaque in the back seat. Excellent Running Condition. A few small rust spots, but no holes. Needs sanding and painting, otherwise in great condition. Door handle button needs repair, we have button, it just needs installation. Runs well, and only 16,374 original miles! Passed MA inspection in 2005. Minibar cabinet in backseat. Pick up only. VIN #SCRUB751IFD461913. Appraised at $100,000, but will take all serious offers. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind vehicle! A true piece of history! Own one of the 100 that were made! History of London Coach below!
"London Coach was formed in May, 1984 to fill the need for purpose built cabs left by the 1982 decision by Checker Motors (USA) to discontinue cab production. EPA prototype testing was completed in August, 1985. These specialty vehicles were assembled in the US, using glider kits provided by Carbodies and fitted with 2.3 litre Ford engines and transmissions. Two models were available: The London Taxi and the London Sterling. The Sterling was a limousine version of the taxi. Both were available with or without air conditioning. Production for 1985-1986 was reported as 75 to the NHTSA, and estimated production for 1987 - 75. With the introduction of the Rover Sterling by ARCONA in 1987, London Coach was pressured to discontinue use of the Sterling name. Total production is estimated at 80-100." SOLD