The only Learjet limousine plane in the world is going to auction

The most popular two modes of transport preferred by millionaires are private jets and limousines. Learmousine is a bizarre combination of both. Very soon it will be put up for auction, where the wealthiest people on the planet can compete in their ambitions for the right to become its owner.

It's 12.7 m long and 2.3 m wide. It seats 20 passengers and the driver, is equipped with a Chevrolet Vortec V-8 engine with a capacity of 8 liters and 400 hp. The vehicle is equipped with special 28-inch red and black Diablo discs, shoes in rubber Kumho 325/25R28.

It was designed in 2005 by Dan Harris from Bend, Oregon and was originally a real aluminum fuselage of the Learjet, which was later converted into a limousine by Chicago-based Exotic Coach. Now the car is owned by Chicago Jettersetter Inc, which is going to put it up for auction in early summer.

The street car has a steel frame frame, custom steering system and power brakes. The development and construction of its rear engine compartment, transmission, suspension, electrical equipment and computer systems took 2 years.

As the car has a tail of the aircraft (horizontal plumage which can be folded to park in narrow places) and jet engine nacelles on both sides.

The cabin has leather seats with diamond embroidery and a 17 kW Showtime Audio entertainment system with a 42-inch plasma TV, several light panels and multiple speakers.

The driver's area features a comfortable bucket-shaped seat with a seatbelt. The instrument panel is finished in red carbon fiber and has four screens for external cameras.

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