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Worlds Longest Limousine!!!!

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smiley1.gifAccording to Guinness World Records, the longest car ever built is a 30.5-m long (100-ft), 26-wheeled limousine, designed by Jay Ohrberg of Burbank, California, USA. The longest car is mainly used in films and exhibitions. The car can be drive as a rigid vehicle or canbe changed to bend in the middle. Not to be outdone in luxury, the limousine has a swimming pool with diving board and a king-sized waterbed as the features. But it will be incredible task to drive it properly on normal road without causing accident.smiley17.gif

 


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vibhor2008-08-07 18:46:02

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right!! the car also hav got a helipad on it Wow nice !!.......personally speaking may this car have all the luxuries everything one wants to hav in his car......but this is fully impractical!!!!!!!  its impractical then whats the use of all this luxury???if u will hav to move this the one should be very careful  n hav to care all four sides!!whats the use of such a ultra luxury car if one hav to start it should think of 1000times!!........smiley1.gifvibhor2008-08-08 10:36:24

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A little offtopic, but yesterday I spotted a Tata Safari limo., it was looking handsome ! It is rented for wedding barats. Had a lot of goodies - home theater system, bar, etc.

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