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Armored car
also called Armored limousine

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  1. Civilian armored cars are either factory produced, such as the Audi A6 and A8, Lincoln Town Car BPS, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Guard, or (in the majority of cases) retrofitted versions of series cars

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  2. in only a few cases

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  3. A security vehicle is made by replacing the windows with bulletproof glass and inserting layers of armor under the outer skin of the car, a labour-intensive process that takes a few weeks and costs about $100,000 in America

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  4. The makers usually leave the external appearance of the car unchanged, in order to not look conspicuous

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  5. In most cases materials like Aramid (e.g. Twaron), HMPE (e.g. Dyneema), composites or ballistic stainless steel plates are used, and the increased mass is offset by an enhanced engine and brakes. Composite armor combinations may reduce weight, but te

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