Back in 1986, car customizer Jay Ohrberg made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s longest car. Called “The American Dream,” the limo officially measured at 100-feet, 1.5-inches long. The car was recently restored to pristine condition by Michael Manning, owner of New York’s Autoseum technical teaching museum. Inside the streeeeetttttccccchhhhh limo, you’ll find: a putting green, a pool, leather, carpeting, LED lighting, a helipad, and it can hold up to 75 people. Manning says the full restoration took two-and-a-half years to complete.