How Limos Are Made

Building limousines is an elaborate and detailed process. Production begins with an ordinary car being sawed in half. Long steel beams connect the two sections before an outer frame is attached. Once complete, the interior is decked out with disco lights and leather upholstery so you are comfortable during your next party. Here’s an inside look at how limousines are made.

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