Generally speaking, the North American limousine world comprises two models, the Lincoln Town Car and the Cadillac Escalade. But if you’re searching for a particularly adventurous ride to prom, you could consider a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix stretch limo instead. Just to confirm: Yes, we’re talking about a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix … stretch limo. See the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix models for sale near you
This 2004 Grand Prix stretch limo (or perhaps we should say the 2004 Grand Prix stretch limo, as there’s surely only one) is available at The Internet Car Lot in Omaha, Nebraska, where it’s presented with just over 100,000 miles for $10,995. Apparently the former property of a local church, it’s exactly as you might imagine: a Pontiac Grand Prix front, a Pontiac Grand Prix rear — and, then, a stretched-out center that makes it look like the slinky dog in "Toy Story."
Inside, it’s a tale of two Grand Prix. In front, they kept everything exactly the same, to the point where you’d never know you were driving a limo — until you go to make a turn and run over a bus bench. In back, however, the Grand Prix limo looks just like every other limo, with various seats, drink holders, a sound system and those little blue LED string lights they put in limos to remind people to never forget the 1980s.
So is the Grand Prix limo worth $10,995? Well, you’ll certainly have the only one on your block. Or in your state. And let’s be honest: Who really needs another stretched Town Car? Find a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix for sale
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