If you’re looking for a unique Corvette, then we have found it for you in Spain.
A collector over there drew up a 1/18 scale model and then had a custom Corvette C3 limo made from the sketch.
The Corvette limo is 12.5 meters long, and in case you flunked metrics, that’s about 41 feet long – or about 26 feet longer than a normal C3.
The creation has four individual rear seats, with four plasma TV monitors to watch movies on. It also features removable T-tops over the front two seats, radio with CD/DVD, an intercom and a “fridge of cold and heat to give more value to this great limousine never seen in our Country, something exceptional,” the ad reads.
The owner says the car is “very well maintained and restored, a real gem, with very few miles and countless extras inside.” He promises the car is “unique in Europe and in the world, unique piece, never will see anything like it.”
Of course, such exclusivity has its price. In this case, it’s negotiable, though the owner does admit he is asking 52,000 euros or $69,000 to $74,000 USD (after a quick conversion check on the Internet).