While it looks like the start of Rush’s “Red Barchetta,” this vehicle isn’t going to be outrunning any air cars soon. It looks like it’s been stuck inside this old, faraway barn for years, and unless you’re an undertaker in a kids’ movie, it’s just a little too impractical to drive anywhere.
The turning radius looks like it’s thirty feet, and the middle looks about ready to snap in half after hitting even the smallest bump. Still, give it a nice polish and spruce it up a little bit, and it might make a nice display piece during car shows.
The Jacked-Up Towing Sedan Limo
We’re not a huge fan of how that tow looks, but the rest of this car looks ready to take on the world. It has huge wheels to beat any bad terrain, and there’s a spare on top, just in case. Jacking up a limo seems like work that doesn’t need to be done.
And might even undo some work stretching a vehicle out – but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. We aren’t about to get on here and tell you it SHOULD be done, either. At least it looks cool. Plus, there’s plenty of extra space for all your friends on your way to the battle.
1960 Apache Suburban Airport Limo
There’s enough space in this immense vehicle for the entire family, the extended family, friends, dogs, and mini-horses with room to spare. We think it was originally used to haul people around places like airports, but now it’s pulling duty as a conversation starter.
Four sets of doors as well as a trunk lets you organize your shopping the way you like to do it. We’re not sure if this car can fit inside your favorite grocery store’s parking lot, but at least you’ll have space for all the bags. Pulling into the gas station will also be a bit trying.
Unstoppable Battle Limo
Sometimes you live in a place that needs a little bit of extra safety while you’re on the road. Also, sometimes you’re the kind of person that has to drive around with tinted windows and space for a wine cooler, and sometimes you find the perfect vehicle to give you both.
We have no idea what kind of make or model is on display here, but it’s ready to ram through a barricade with the president of a small country inside. Or something like that. Those wheels look ready to take on the worst conditions, so maybe that’s why this vehicle is here. Winter storms.
1981 Ferrari 400i Limo
Are sports cars and limos two great tastes that taste great together? Uh, we don’t really think so. Somebody took an early-eighties Ferrari and decided to turn it into a limo, and we know at least one uncle that would be kind of upset about such an affront.
Sure, it can fit a lot of people, and it looks okay (especially with the black top), but a sports car might not have the right kind of hardware to support all that extra weight. They’re built to catch air in parking lots, not haul a dozen people. Still, it does look pretty cool.