Take a look inside a luxurious private plane transformed into a road-worthy limousine that could be yours for thousands.
The luxurious “LimoJet” was created after engineers converted a wingless private plane into an eight-seater sedan.
Measuring a whopping 42 feet long, the LimoJet began life as a Learjet regional aircraft.
But after two years of research and development and a price tag of $1 million, the incredible vehicle is now up for auction.
The online sale hosted by Goldin also includes a matching Chevrolet truck and a custom six-wheel tow trailer.
Bidding starts at $100,000, but there are no bids at the time of writing.
It has a number of amazing features that testify to the 40,000 hours of work that went into making this incredible vision a reality.
The LimoJet has huge speakers in the gondolas, a 42-inch TV and a jazzy disco floor.
Meanwhile, the rear-wheel drive behemoth gets its power from a 6.1-liter V8 engine that produces 400 hp.
From the steering wheel, the vehicle has a conventional car-like instrument cluster and an automatic transmission.
Additionally, there are four screens on the dashboard that are connected to individual cameras at the front and rear of the vehicle.
In the rear, there’s seating for up to eight jetsetters in an infinity floor environment, a refreshment center and enough cup holders for every occupant.
At the four corners are 28-inch alloy wheels, fitted with Kumho tires and bespoke fenders to protect them – while stopping power comes from hydro-boosted brakes.
It features a steel skeletal frame and retains the aluminum fuselage of a real Learjet.
The stunning vehicle was recently painted in two tones of black and silver with a red pinstripe, having previously been completely red.
And the luxury engine weighs around five and a half tons.
Auction house Goldin points out that the rear wing was retained and “only enhances the feeling of flight.”
The stylish LimoJet is road legal in the US after receiving full approval from the Department of Transportation.
However, the vehicle is intended for display purposes only and has not been offered to customers in the United States as a true sedan.
Despite this, the parking lot’s description suggests that turning “will not be a problem” as it has “individual steering that will allow you to land smoothly in any case.”
The Goldin auction description said, “Make no mistake, this offering is the ultimate in sedans.”
“A head-turner, a fun party ride, the perfect combination of style, comfort and uniqueness, uniquely built to take the breath away of all who look at it.”
The live auction is scheduled to end on Sunday, November 19th.