The world's longest car, complete with helipad and putting green, is now in Orlando

Photo via Guinness World Records

The world's longest car has made its way to its new home: Dezerland Park Orlando's Auto Museum.

Guinness World Record has verified it as the world's longest car. "The American Dream" is more than 100 feet long. That topped the old record of just 60 feet, set by the same car before 40 feet of modifications were added.

The super limo is made up of six Eldorado limousines, each weighing more than 5,000 pounds.

"Based on the 1976 Cadillac Eldorado limousines, the record-breaking automobile can be driven from both ends and can also operate as a rigid vehicle," Guinness World Records stated. 

Jay Ohrberg first started working on the super-limo in 1986 in Burbank, California. The luxurious limo can seat more than 75 passengers and has its own helicopter pad, a jacuzzi, a putting green, a large waterbed and a swimming pool.

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