We don’t know if the dog is in the back of this truck because he likes to stay there, or if the owner left it there to try and scare potential thieves away, but all it does is make us want to look closer. The funny thing about this mega-sized pickup is that it isn’t a conversion.
It’s a truck that is actually built to haul a ton of people and a bunch of supplies to a construction site, a race track, or some other place where you need a bunch of dudes and a lot of space. So not really a limo, but it still has a lot of carrying capacity. And hey, this example looks pretty nice. We bet it’s up for a night on the town.
Fancy Gentleman’s Club Limo
While the limo itself looks pretty fancy, the place that it’s attached to is the kind of place many gentlemen wouldn’t be caught dead at. Spotted in Helsinki, Finland, this is the car that you call if you and a bunch of buds want to act like you’re far fancier than you actually are.
Well, at least people will probably be looking at the car itself, and not the unfortunate decals that are on the door panels. This is an Excalibur TownCar Limo, and they have a delightfully old-school look to their design, but all the modern safety and comfort features that we’ve come to expect from cars these days. Hopefully, there are some out there not owned by shady clubs.
The Indianapolis Chicken Limo
Gus Fring has decided to eschew subtlety, it seems. Apparently, this is a common enough sight and a bona fide local legend in the city of Indianapolis, and if you head to the website on the side you’ll see that there is also an option if you live in Jacksonville. It’s available for weddings and engagement parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties, birthdays, graduation parties, and even corporate events.
We don’t know what kind of corporate event you’d have to have planned to want to take this weird thing, but we hope it has something to do with the poultry industry. That or some other industry where you’re okay driving around in a chicken limo.
The Peaceful, Colorful Hippie Limo
We wish there was a way to figure out what model of car some of these limos are, but we have no idea under all that psychedelic ink. This limo is going to be a blast to jump in and ride around in, as long as you're sticking your head out the sunroof and yelling about giving peace a chance.
Other than for a spectacle, we can’t think about why someone would want to cover a limo they’ll be driving around in this kind of design. Well, we guess they could really, really like the hippie movement. Nothing wrong with that, but it’s still an odd choice.
The Extra-Long Ford F-150 Limo
Driving this around has got to be a rush. You’re lifted over the other, smaller, weaker cars, and you know that if you want to turn somewhere, it doesn’t matter what is in your way – you’re going to be turning. On the other hand, we bet it’s hard to find a parking space that fits you.
And, if you do happen to get into an accident, then you’re going to have to pay a lot to get it fixed, and a lot of it will have to be fixed. But, how else are you going to haul around ten people, pull a boat, and stock the entire back with a cooler for each person? Few other options come to mind.