Is there anything they won't stretch? VW New Beetle Limo
In recent years, the stretch limo business has migrated away from the traditional full size Lincoln and Cadillac sedans to trucks like Ford Excursions, Hummers, Escalades and Tahoes. The big body-on-frame SUVs make sense because they are pretty straightforward for manufacturers to stretch and reinforce. Some vehicles, however, just make no sense as a limo. In spite of being a body on frame truck, the Hummer H3 is narrow and cramped on the inside. The latest no sense limo started life as a 1999 Volkswagen New Beetle. At least this one doesn't need an extended driveshaft.
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