Living a dual life is a difficult thing. While Batman is out fighting bad guys and protecting the innocent, Bruce Wayne can’t be showing up at parties and running his business. While Bruce Wayne is in shareholder meetings, Batman can’t be working at his computer.
So, how do you join the two lives together? Perhaps we have a way. Maybe ol’ Bats needed more space to stash sidekicks or supplies for all the supervillains he has to fight, or maybe he was just tired of not having enough legroom. Either way, now he’ll be ready for any event – be it a street brawl or a party.
The Truck and RV Limo
Real quick, somebody actually made and/or sold mud flaps that have a yellow smiley face wearing a mask and saying “back off!” Now then, this is a big limo truck that has a recreational trailer attached to the back, and we just can’t help but wonder exactly what kind of stuff is going on in there.
Is this where a hacker lives? Maybe a storm chaser? Is there a supervillain that wants to remain anonymous inside? Or, maybe it’s someone who just likes a good time. Maybe you didn’t notice, but there is a dirt bike attached to the front of the truck to complete the holy trinity of vehicles.
The Jeep Limo
Good thing it has that extra wheel. That’s an important thing to have no matter where you are. It also kind of looks like this long Jeep has an extended back like a truck, in order to haul, we’re going to assume, more people.
Why you would want to combine a vehicle primarily designed to handle off-road environments and trails and a vehicle that is built to handle the smoothest and safest roads is beyond us, but there are all types of people out there who like to do strange things. We have a friend who wears nothing but Hawaiian shirts. It’s not hurting anybody.
The Yacht, Van, Limo
Well, there it is. Whatever “it” just so happens to be, however, we’re not super sure. We don’t claim to be experts, but it looks like it’s a van or truck front that has a boat – and a pretty fancy one, all things considered – attached to the back end.
Does the boat part come off to float away? Is the car part watertight? No matter how you want to spin it, it just doesn’t seem like this is a good idea. Thanks to our research, we found that more than twenty of these were produced, and the boat part does indeed slide away from the van front.
Super Big Limo
There’s lots of space here for everybody, so there’s nothing wrong with hopping in and buckling up in one of the many seats available. Is it just us, or does it seem like this car, this limousine, is quite a bit larger than it should be?
The woman, who seems to be sitting behind the wheel, looks like a kid seated in the driver’s seat of Dad’s car. Still, at least this long car looks pretty nice, which is more than a bunch of limos on this list can claim. It’s got those nice white wall tires, circular headlights, and smooth bodywork of a real classic car.