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5 cool and unusual limos

Posted on 24th Jan, 2013 by Jackie Jolliffe

At Limo-Scene, we love to talk limos! We’re especially interested in discovering particularly strange and bizarre cars. Some manufacturers really do go that extra mile to stand out from the crowd.

So, we thought we’d treat you to a peek at some of the world’s most unusual limousines.

Meet some of the craziest limos out there today:

Beetle limo

A Beetle limo may look slightly bizarre, but inside it features everything you would expect and more – a bar, champagne coolers, privacy screen and flat screen TV.

It seats up to six passengers with a 1.8L turbo engine.

Dual nosed Escalade Limousine

Manufactured by a company called WeirdTruck, this limo is essentially a pair of 1998 Chevy Trucks.

The interior is furnished with booming surround sound and a 50-inch video projector.

Pink Hummer limo

Yes, Hummers really do make a big  impression – especially if they are pink. This limo is very popular with the ladies.

It includes strobes, laser lights, disco floor, star lights, optic lights, chrome alloy wheels, optics lights…and is a real head turner.

Incidentally, this Hummer limo is available to hire from Limo-Scene, along with many other exceptional and rare cars.

Stretch Mini limo

This odd limo might make you smile.

Stretch Minis are proving quite popular for weddings. Even though the mini has been stretched, it keeps all the fun characteristics of the original Mini look.

World’s longest limo

This isn’t Photoshopped! The Autoseum acquired The Guinness World Record for the Longest Limo In the World.

Created by Jay Ohrberg of Burbank, California, it is an incredible 100 feet long and rides on 26 tires spaced along the length of its body.

It requires 2 drivers’ cabins in the front and the back – it’s really hard to drive – and, in order to turn, its middle part is hinged to fold.

Apparently, it’s available for hire for films and television.

<Images sourced from Flickr>

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