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This 2013 Dodge Challenger Limo Is for When You’re Feeling Both Mean and Fancy

For all those times when you wanted your car to be an extension of your badass mood but without ditching your natural inclination to being extra, the perfect vehicle awaits. And you could get it on the cheap too, according to the seller.
2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller 11 photos
2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller2013 Dodge Challenger limousine is better than any ad on Google, says seller
Erroneously listed as a 2013 Cadillac Fleetwood on eBay (hat tip to The Drive), this is actually a 2013 Dodge Challenger that’s been converted into a limousine. It’s twice the original length, has three gullwing (jet) doors, comes with an all-black leather interior, and, if you’re to go by the listing itself, is a total catch.

This is a “money making machine flagship for your company. Don’t pay Google, this will advertise, it’s a magnet,” the listing says. This is just one of the limousines used by a limo service and the conversion supposedly cost $175,000. “Literally,” says the seller.

The conversion date is 2015, in Florida, and the seller promises (at times, in all-CAPS, so you know he’s not fibbing) that the limo is in overall good condition. The paint is in excellent shape, the AC and stereo work like a charm, and the car as a whole is “in new condition.”

That last part is a bit strange, considering it has some 80,000 miles (128,747 km) on the odometer and that the listing notes “a few small dents” that can either buff out or go unnoticed. There’s also the issue of flood damage on the title, which the seller swears was just a gimmick used by the dealer (pre-conversion) after heavy rains.

Power comes from a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, and extra features include a TV and bar, the latter of which seemingly comes with red plastic cups (sorry not sorry).

The limo was originally listed at $45,000 but is now being offered at the “ridiculous price” of $32,500. Before you get any ideas and think you could scam it off the seller for less, don’t even. The listing is clear on this: the business is downsizing, not going bankrupt. They’re willing to sell their limos for less than what they’re worth but they’re not giving them away for free.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third-party.

 
 
 
 
 

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