How many people can the longest limo hold?

The super limousine has refrigerators, a telephone and several televisions. It can accommodate more than 75 people, according to Guinness World Records. The American Dream was built by car customizer Jay Ohrberg in 1986.The longest car in the world has regained its full splendor and has now broken its own record. This is The American Dream, the longest limousine in the world, at least according to the Guinness World Records organization.

At 100 feet and 1.5 inches, we can't imagine that he has too many rivals on his throne. But despite how impressive this enormous 25,000-pound Cadillac is, equipped with helipads, what's even more impressive is that its restoration was completed. This limousine was in terrible condition, a rotten helmet that would require a gigantic effort to bring it back to life. The 26-wheeled Cadillac is more than five times longer than the longest Rolls-Royce and can seat 75 people.

According to NDTV, this limousine, known simply as “The American Dream”, holds the Guinness World Record for the longest car in the world. The restored and newly repainted “American Dream” limousine will be exhibited at the Dezerland Park Car Museum in Orlando, where it will be open to the public. Manning, based in Nassau County, New York, saw The American Dream on eBay and made an offer, hoping it would be his chance to own the overstretched limousine. The stretched limousine will be located next to the collection of unique and classic cars at the Dezerland Park Automobile Museum in Orlando, according to the Guinness World Records.

An extremely long limousine, called The American Dream, has earned the coveted title of the longest car in the world according to Guinness World Records, at 100 feet and 1.5 inches long. The limousine has a waterbed, a swimming pool with a trampoline, a jacuzzi, a bathtub, a mini-golf course and, of course, the heliport. Originally built by a car customizer named Jay Ohrberg in Burbank, California, in 1986, this huge limousine was built solely with the intention of breaking the world record. Technically speaking, this elastic limousine is made up of two different parts, joined together by a system of hinges that allows it to take a turn (imagine a three-point turn on this car).

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