The longest luxury car is over 30 meters and weighs 14 tons. It has a pool waterbed apron and has recently been restored

2022-05-20 0 By

In the mid to late 20th century, owning a flagship Cadillac was the dream of almost every American family.In 1986, a Cadillac luxury car named “American Dream” was born. It was the longest luxury car in the world at the time.Later, it was abandoned for a variety of reasons and turned into a pile of scrap metal.In 2020, work began on its restoration, which was recently completed.(The restored American Dream limo.)According to Australian car trade website Drive.com on March 15, the American Dream was originally built by designer Jay Oberg in 1986. It is made up of six 1976 Cadillac Eldorado sedans.It started with 24 wheels, but now it has two, measuring more than 30 meters from nose to tail and weighing an estimated 14 tons.The Cadillac has an 8.2-liter V8 engine at each end that allows it to drive in any direction.Between the two cabins, there are seats for 75 people, a large waterbed, a swimming pool with a diving board, a jacuzzi, a bathtub, a mini-golf course and a helipad.(The interior of the American Dream car.)(The Pool comes with the American Dream car.)Earlier this year, during a Guinness World Records evaluation, a helicopter landed on the black steel plate of the American Dream.This proves that the tarmac is functional, not decorative.(The limo has a helipad for helicopters.)In particular, the luxury car broke its own Guinness World Record for length, which had been held since 1986.”I found this car on eBay in New Jersey, sitting behind a warehouse, rusted.”Michael Manning, who helped restore the car, said, “At the time, it was completely rusted — basically a huge pile of garbage…We shipped it to Florida and restored it.”(Before the “American Dream” was restored.)”We’ve lengthened it a little bit and have talked about making it electric, which would require 26 motors, one for each wheel.Of course, you need batteries, I don’t know how many altogether, but we have enough room for batteries, so maybe you’ll end up with the longest electric car in the world.”Michael Manning said.The restored and repainted “American Dream” car will be on display at the Dezeland Park Automotive Museum in Orlando, US, and will be open to the public.Writer/Correspondent Sun Wenzhu