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This Lincoln Stretch Limo Is Not a Bentley, But Impersonates One

Have you ever thought about the notion of a car that’s double-modified? You know, something like a Lincoln Town Car that becomes a stretch limo and then puts on a body kit that impersonates a Bentley.
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We’re not on the wrong pills today, this is cold, hard Craigslist reality we’re talking about. A seller in Oregon is asking $19,500 for something that might just trick people who aren’t into cars (or common sense, for that matter).

This contraption started out in life as 1995 Lincoln, but it now wears a 2008 Bentley body kit. Truth be told, this visual package imitates the Bentley Arnage, whose production ended in 2009, so, strictly from this point of view, things are legit.

Oh well, at least the engine is rebuilt and currently has 40,000 miles on it. Still, that’s not quite as cool as the White Alligator top, or the Pearl White finish of the limo.

In fact, here is the list of features offered by this Bentlincoln:
  • Custom 22" rims and tires
  • White Alligator top
  • White leather interior seating
  • Marble floors
  • Heater & A/C both in working condition
  • 32" flat screen TV
  • Full bar with elegant glassware
  • Two ice chests/coolers to keep beverages chilled
  • PASSED an ASE mechanic inspection less than one month ago
  • Custom LED lighting
  • Custom stereo with two power inverters
  • Tinted windows
  • Moon-roof
  • Partition (divider between driver and passengers)
The seller even goes on to tell us that the limo offers much more than this.

Once again, in theory, you could tell people you drive a Bentley with a V8 engine. And perhaps if you photographed the front fascia with a potato, you could convince a few of them that you’ve made it big. But other than that, we can’t really think of any use for this contraption.

 
 
 
 
 

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