Have a look inside the world’s longest car.

By: Jesse Kleib   February 27, 2024

In a world where many pose the question “Why?” some dare to ask “Why not?”—giving rise to astonishing creations like the Cadillac limousine crafted in the 1980s. This wasn’t just any limousine; it secured a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest limo ever built.

Measuring an astounding 100 feet in length, this behemoth stretches as long as two big rig trailers fused together. Achieving this feat involved merging six Cadillac Eldorado into a single colossal vehicle. This engineering marvel demands a pause, enticing prolonged admiration as one contemplates the intricate details of its assembly.

In addition to the obvious, this isn’t your ordinary limo. It boasts extravagant features like a helipad, a pool, and even its own personal putting green. With a bold red leather interior representing 1980s Cadillac style, it’s a spectacle that captures attention wherever it goes.

Joining the Supercar Blondie YouTube channel, we embark on a journey to explore this extraordinary creation. However, the limo’s story doesn’t end with its construction. After years of neglect, sitting in a parking lot, and being forgotten about, the car would be brought back to life again. This lack of use is likely because, the car can only move forward and backward due to its immense size, voiding it of any real practical value and leaving it to rot. Yet, fate intervened when a museum recognized its historical significance and embarked on a mission to restore it, preserving its place in the record books and even setting a new record as an elongated front bumper was installed to make it just a bit longer.

Below, we see the restored marvel—a vehicle so massive and heavy that it needs disassembly into two parts for transportation inside the museum where it currently resides. Its sheer scale really is enough to make your head spin and speaks to the creativity that some can follow through on.