There are cars that combine top class comfort and luxury in the world, however, no luxury car manufacturer has ever come close to match the world’s longest car, which has been restored to its former glory. The car is said to break its own record.
The super limo named “The American Dream” reached 30.54 meters in length (100 feet and 1.50 inches), breaking its own 1986 record. According to Guinness World Records, this super limo is based on 1976 Cadillac Eldorado limousines and can hold up to 75 people.
A swimming pool, helipad, diving board, Jacuzzi, bathtub, and mini-golf course are among the amenities included in the “American Dream.”
In 1986, Jay Ohrberg, a famed car customizer, built “The American Dream” in Burbank, California. There were two V8 engines on the front and rear of the car, which was 18.28 meters long and rolled on 26 wheels. It was later extended to an astounding 30.5 meters (100 feet) in length.
Michael Manning, an auto enthusiast, discovered the car on eBay after it had been abandoned in a warehouse. Despite not being able to purchase the car, Manning was able to convince the company that was selling it to let him restore it at his Autoseum in New York.
In 2019, Michael Dezer, the owner of the Dezerland Park Car Museum, brought the super limo to the museum, where he and Manning began the lengthy restoration process. The car is currently being moved to Dezerland Park Car Museum in Florida, USA.