The World’s Longest Limousine

According to Guinness World Records, the world’s longest limo is a 100-foot-long, 25,000-pound Cadillac called “The American Dream” that was built from six conjoined Eldorados. In fact, you can put 12 Smart Cars in a single file line and the super limo would still be longer. The car was built in two sections, joined in the middle by a hinge for turning right corners. The limo includes pleasures fit for a king, including a waterbed, swimming pool with a diving board, a Jacuzzi, and a helipad that can double as a putting green. The helipad is structurally mounted to the vehicle with steel brackets underneath and can hold up to 5,000 pounds. With its length and an attendant cruise-ship-like turning radius, you can't simply drive this thing around. You need to carefully plan a route to make sure it has room to maneuver. Get it stuck and it'll take some pretty creative towing to remove it. The American Dream is excessive to say the least, but at $250,000, it should be.