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Moloney Coachbuilders - Chicago. Illinois (formerly Lehmann-Peterson) 1971-present now Scaletta Moloney Armoring (2001) Bensenville, Illinois and Farmington Hills, Michigan.

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Moloney logo.

Earl Moloney, former owner of Moloney operates two competing firms known as International Armor & Limousine and Chicago Armor & Limousine of Elgin, Illinois - The two group of firms (International & Chicago and Moloney/Moloney Scaletta) are not owned by the same people as assumed by most people(See court ruling at bottom of page).

Earl Moloney sold his limousine assets, together with the name "Moloney Coach Builders" to Jacques Moore 1986 who incorporated Moloney Coachbuilders, Inc., to carry on the business.

Earle agreed not to compete for five years in the stretch limousine business but reserved the right to make armored limousines and custom vehicles extended by less than 20 inches.

(source: Coachbuilt) ©2004 Mark Theobald - All rights reserved.

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Moloney Cadillac EM Series ad. (source: John Lloyd)

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Moloney Cadillac EM Series ad. (source: John Lloyd)

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