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Cars Stretched Ferrari Modena is put up for sale for £217,000

19:44  26 august  2020
19:44  26 august  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The world's fastest limousine, which can go from 0-60mph in just six seconds, has been put up for sale for £217,000 (AUD $400,000) in Australia.

The Ferrari 360 Modena stretch limo, which was built in 2003 but converted into its current form in 2012, has received two Guinness World Records for being both the quickest car of its kind as well as the longest Ferrari in the world.

The one-of-a-kind supercar comes equipped with a cinematic surround sound system, LED lighting, TV screens, gull-wing doors and a bar.

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a car parked in front of a building: The world's fastest limousine, which can go from 0-60mph in just six seconds, has been put up for sale for £217,000 (AUD $400,000) in Australia © Provided by Daily Mail The world's fastest limousine, which can go from 0-60mph in just six seconds, has been put up for sale for £217,000 (AUD $400,000) in Australia

It is thought that the Ferrari, which can accommodate up to ten people, can reach a top speed of 166mph.

The car has previously been available to rent from ExoticLimo for £761 (1,000 USD, $1,390 AUD) per hour with the advert reading: 'This limousine embodies the ideology of affluence and success.

'Not only is this the most advanced stretch limousine ever built, it holds the Guinness World Record for being the LONGEST Ferrari and also the FASTEST stretch limo available on Earth. Impressive? Yeah, maybe a little.'

It has only clocked up 65,000 kilometres and has now gone on sale for just over £217,000 ($400,000 AUD).

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Writing on the CarSales advert, the owner said: 'As you can see from the way it is presented on our own website - the Ferrari Limousine is strikingly unique.

'We get a huge number of enquiries every week for it, and the feedback from our customer base has been incredibly positive.

'Whenever it is out on the roads executing bookings, the business phone rings constantly from interested potential customers who have seen it and their curiosity has been piqued.

'There truly is NOTHING remotely close to this stretch limousine ANYWHERE in Australia. To have it as the lead member of your fleet sends a message to your competitors, making a public statement that you are the highest quality limousine company in the industry.

'There can be no doubting the power that comes with owning the Ferrari Limousine, and you will notice its positive & multi-layered effects throughout your business and organisation.'

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