World’s Longest Car Comes With Helipad, Swimming Pool and Putting Green (Large Penis Not Included)

When it comes to turning heads on the road, size matters. And that is why the longest car in the world had to measure a whopping 100 feet 1.5 inches to make it into the Guinness Book of World Records. But if you asked the owner, he probably wishes it was just an inch or two longer.

Penis jokes aside, while you were busy learning how to make sourdough bread and watching reruns of Seinfeld, Michael Manning was resurrecting The American Dream. Not the promise of a better life for hardworking people, but the rusted-out Cadillac Eldorado (erected in 1986), that’d been left for dead in a Southern California parking lot.

After someone split the car in two and shipped it cross-country, Manning spotted it at an autobody show in New Jersey. The attraction was instant. “It was garbage. It was covered in graffiti, the windows were broken, the tires were flat, but I fell in love with it anyway,” recalled Manning.

Sadly, after taking the big daddy caddy home, Manning ran into financial issues and was forced to list the vehicle on eBay. That’s when Florida-based car collector Michael Dezer stepped in to give the car a new home. Together, the pair lovingly restored The American Dream to its former glory, updating ultra-lux features like a helipad, a putting green, and a swimming pool. The car also boasts an unlockable hinge in the middle in case whoever’s driving wants to go half chub.

The car is now on display at Dezerland Park Car Museum in Orlando because according to Manning, “You really couldn’t put it on the road because it’s too long.”

Weird. That’s not what she said.

See the stunning before and after videos below and bask in the dysfunctionally grandiose ode to excess (that has absolutely nothing to do with penis envy) called The American Dream.

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