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how the world’s longest car was rebuilt

The world’s longest car has finally been restored and is ready to travel.
The super limo rolled in at a length of 30.54 meters (100 feet and 1.50 inches) on March 1, 2022, shattering the 1986 record by a little fraction. “The American Dream” was first created in 1986 in Burbank, California by noted vehicle customizer Jay Ohrberg and measured 18.28 meters (60 feet), rolled on 26 wheels, and had a pair of V8 engines in the front and rear. The limo was eventually enlarged by Ohrberg to a staggering 30.5 meters (100 feet) in length. To put its enormous size into context, most cars are between 12 and 16 feet long (3.6 to 4.2 meters). The record-breaking vehicle, which is based on the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado limos, can be driven from both ends and can also function as a rigid vehicle. The car was constructed in two parts, with a hinge connecting them in the centre for tight cornering. Passengers can travel in style thanks to its big size and lavish features. The American Dream contains a large waterbed, a swimming pool with a diving board, a jacuzzi, a bathtub, a mini-golf course, and a helipad that can accommodate more than 75 people. Even if you parked 12 Smart Fortwo cars in a single file line, The American Dream would be longer than all of them. Manning and his team had to put in a lot of effort to restore The American Dream to its former splendor, which had fallen into disrepair after being abandoned in the back of a New Jersey warehouse for years.

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