We think we might have seen this limo somewhere on here already, but such a…unique and memorable vehicle deserves a repeat glance. There are a lot of limos out there that look like one smooth vehicle even if they’ve been cobbled together, but this one is not one of them.
It looks like a surgeon decided to get into the car business and just decided to do some fast welding and called it good. Does the four-wheel drive still function as it should? Is it a good idea to attach things to that trailer hitch? What about the lights on the rack in the back? Do those actually illuminate anything? And, finally, can the person who made this be stopped?
The World-Famous Hot Dog Limo
There’s nothing about this vehicle that we don’t love, as long as it does actually dispense hot dogs that need an extra-long car to carry them. It’s like something out of a classic Hanna-Barbera show – somebody goes up to the vendor and asks for an extra-long hot dog, and gets something that is so long he or she is unable to get through doors while carrying it.
Can you rent out this vehicle for private use, or does a guy in a hot dog suit drive you around? Is this in any way related to the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile – sort of like a much fancier cousin or something like that? Maybe it’s a parent that doesn’t approve of the mobile’s way of doing things.
The Post-Apocalyptic Limo
If you’re rumbling through the streets of the torn-down Los Angeles, dodging mutants and roving bands of marauders and aliens or whatever else is going on, you might as well do it in style. This long boy looks like it’s been put through the wringer a couple of times, but it will keep rolling even after a societal collapse.
It’s hard to tell if all the damage is intentional, but we bet it is. Fun fact: gasoline breaks down after about six months. If all the pumps and refineries stopped working, six months later there would be no way to drive around, even in a battle-ready limo like this one, which we’re sure is used to transport the savior of humanity during an action scene.
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.
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.