Are you finna stunt on them breezys in a fly whip that stands out in a Florida crowd? Listed as a Cadillac Fleetwood, check out this 2013 Dodge Challenger SXT limousine that popped up for sale on eBay. This fresh-from-Florida stretch was converted into a limo in 2015 and features an additional 140 inches packed between its wheels, basically doubling the car’s factory wheelbase.
The builders also baked in three “jet” doors that open vertically to allow ingress and egress. The doors are extremely narrow, to the point they could be considered discriminatory; they also don’t fit particularly well. The interior features long bench seating, fake-looking leather, lots of speakers, a TV, and a granite dry bar that includes a stack of solo cups. Not to mention a driveline tunnel for drunk people to stumble over while exiting.
The long Dodge Challenger takes motivation from a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, and its title apparently indicates the car had suffered from flood damage. However, according to the seller, the flood title stems from the original dealer writing off its entire inventory after six inches of rain flooded its lot. This is basically the origin of its life in the livery market. The odometer shows 79,559 miles clocked, with all maintenance being done in house by the company’s staff of mechanics.
The seller is adamant the stretched Dodge Challenger is a flagship vehicle and a wonderful marketing tool that will provide you with tons of free advertising and social media exposure. According to the listing this limo “makes alot of money,” so much money was made that the company has decided to downsize its fleet of 27 limos.
According to the eBay listing, the total cost to convert this Dodge Challenger into a muscle car limousine was $175,000, but it’s graciously being sold for just $32,500, which is a reduction from the original sale price of $45,000.
– By Michael Accardi