The American Dream is a super limousine that holds the Guinness World Record for the longest car in the world. Built by car customizer Jay Ohrberg in Burbank, California in 1986, this monstrous limousine was built solely with the intention of breaking the world record. After being recognized for the first time by Guinness World Records in 1986, The American Dream suddenly rose to fame. The longest car in the world has been restored in all its glory and has now broken its own record. According to Guinness World Records, The American Dream now measures 30.54 meters (100 feet and 1.50 inches).
With that in mind, they had a helicopter handy when the Guinness crew showed up to certify that the limousine was the longest car in the world. The photo of the now restored car has been published by Guinness World Records on its website and on its social media platforms. Abandoned in New York, it was first taken to the Autoseum for an unfortunate restoration attempt. Then, with a little difficulty (and a bonnet that flew off along the way and was never seen again), they took it by truck to the Deeren Park car museum to try it again on several pieces and try again. The American Dream is an incredible feat of engineering and design. It is a testament to Jay Ohrberg's skill and dedication that he was able to create such an impressive vehicle.
It is also a reminder of how far technology has come since 1986, when this limousine was first built. The American Dream is an iconic symbol of innovation and ambition. It stands as a reminder that anything is possible if you put your mind to it. It is a symbol of hope for those who dream big and strive for greatness. The American Dream is an incredible feat of engineering and design that will continue to inspire generations to come.