Someone Turned A Learjet Into Street-Legal Limousine
Measuring 42-feet long and 8-feet wide, this bizarre creation is the work of Dan Harris from Oregon and took 40,000 man-hours to complete. Despite its mammoth size, the limo-jet is street legal. It’s obviously going to look conspicuous no matter where you drive it. To help it navigate narrow roads, the tips of the tail plane on the vertical fin can be folded inward.
The Learjet fuselage was mounted to a custom steel frame – a process that took two years to research to complete. The unique design of the rear engine bay, drivetrain, suspension, and computer systems are also still pending patents.