The Cadillac limousine, with its comical length and extended size, has once again earned the title of the longest vehicle in the world after a lengthy restoration process of two and a half years. The American Dream, an incredibly long limousine, has been officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest car in the world, measuring 100 feet and 1.5 inches. According to NDTV, this limousine, known simply as “The American Dream”, holds the Guinness World Record for the longest car in the world. It will be displayed at the Deeren Park Car Museum in Orlando, as stated by Guinness Book of World Records. The car is equipped with 26 wheels, a large waterbed, a swimming pool with a springboard, a hot tub, a mini-golf course and a helipad, according to the Guinness Book of Records.
Michael Manning, who lives in Nassau County, New York, saw The American Dream on eBay and made an offer to purchase it. When Guinness arrived to certify that it was indeed the longest car in the world, they had a helicopter ready to go. The American Dream was originally built by car customizer Jay Ohrberg in Burbank, California in 1986 with the sole purpose of breaking the world record. Ohrberg increased its size from 69 feet to 100 feet, making it the most impressive limousine ever created.
After being restored to its former glory, The American Dream still holds its title as the longest car in the world. Cadillac V8 engines are located somewhere within the vehicle and its owners claim that it can be driven from either end. Michael Manning and Michael Dezer are now the proud owners of this remarkable limousine.