Can you imagine a vehicle that is 30.5 meters long? Because it exists and “lives” in the United States. Dubbed the American Dream, the super limousine was built in 1986 in Burbank, California by auto restorer Jay Orberg, and was originally 18.28 meters long.
Restore, with info Guinness World Records, took three years and cost more than 250 thousand US dollars (about 1.2 million Brazilian reais). The car is now 12.26 meters long, has 26 wheels for up to 75 passengers and has a pool (with trampoline), jacuzzi, mini golf, televisions, refrigerator and helipad.
The expansion and restoration was carried out by the Dezerland Park Car Museum and Attractions Team, located in Orlando, USA. With the redesign, the car broke its own record for the longest haul in the world, according to the portal. mash.
Due to the difficulty of driving such a large car, it will no longer work on the streets and roads of the United States. The car will be on permanent display at the Dezerland Park Car Museum in Orlando.
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