Ferrari Stretch Limo

Meet the world's fastest stretch limo: a Ferrari Modena 360 limousine by Dan Cawley of Style Limousines and Prestige Limousine in Birmingham, England. They did cut a regular 360 Modena in two to create the behemoth. And of course, there's disco lighting. Can't have a party limo without disco lighting.

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@Shannon - I think the hook is entirely based on the fact that they turned a Ferrari into a limo, not in actually creating a sportscar limo - which they could presumably do cheaper and, as you mentioned, with better aesthetics.

But these are all quibbles. They have disco lights, and that's all they need inside.
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What these custom limo builders rarely realize is that you can't just take a curvy sportscar and stick a straight section into the middle of it. It completely destroys the aesthetics of the vehicle!!! It seems to me that you could get MUCH better results by designing a beautifully curved matching centre section in a CAD program and then having it 3D printed in a giant block of foam for mold-making (like most prototype cars are done these days). This ends up just looking cheap.

I'm assuming that they started with a real Ferrari 360 (although I was surprised that the chassis is so cheap looking), which seems like an odd decision. A kit car would have made a lot more sense for a variety of reasons. Not only would you not be destroying a limited-edition collector car, but you'd be able to mount much more appropriate suspension, engine, and so on. All in all, interesting idea, but TERRIBLE execution.
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