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Three Levels Of Exciting Limousines
We all know those black and white stretch limousines that seem to be everywhere nowadays. They all look the same. They all look just like normal luxury sedans if it werenít for the stretched passenger compartment. It doesnít really matter if the stretch limousines are based on Cadillacs, Lincolns or Mercedes Benzs.
Luckily limousines donít have to be that boring. Limousines that are a lot more exciting do exist, but they are better at hiding from public view. Maybe itís because they are more expensive and difficult to make? The only thing we know is that most limousine companies seem to prefer the traditional stretch limousines to the more exciting models.
The least exciting of the exciting limousines are somewhat similar to the traditional black and white stretch limousines. The difference is that they are based on something else than the normal luxury sedans. The least exciting of the exciting limousines can for example be based on a small car like a mini or they can be stretched luxury cabriolets. A stretch limousine without a roof means that we can suddenly have outdoor pools, helicopter pads (it really exist), etc. onboard.
Somewhat more exciting are limousines based on exotic cars. One trend that is slowly spreading to limousines companies is stretch limousines based on exotic sports cars like Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches. More and more limousine companies start to feature these cars in much the same way as they started to feature SUV based stretch limousines a couple of years ago.
The most exciting limousines are out of this world. Some of our favourites include for example a somewhat normal stretch limousine that is rocket driven, a traditional looking stretch limousine where the wheels have been removed in favour of a set of tank tracks and a private plane that has been grounded after a set of wheels replaced the wings.
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