Tuning Gone Wrong: Redneck Limo Edition

By | October 13, 2010

Redneck Cadillac LimoTuning gone wrong is a tribute to those backyard tuners, the budget wrench turners who see a car and say “I can make it better” and then fail miserably. This time around, however, we are in a bit of a “sticky wicket”. We’re stuck in a debate on if this redneck limo is actually cool or hilariously inbred.  We can’t decide either way. What do you think?

Let’s break it down. This double-take worthy 80′s classic limo has a hint of class with a touch of rugged charm. First off it has the classy Cadillac stretched body, a car I personally dreamt of riding to elementary school in. But then they made it better (or worse?) by dropping the body on a lifted Suburban chassis giving it full four-wheel-drive capability.

The knobby tires and 12+ inches of clearance may suggest redneck, but it’s the giant mud flaps flanking the rear of this vessel that scream “I love my cousin, physically”. Last I checked “Coors” doesn’t sponsor any operas, ballets or anything else you might commonly see a “classy” limo at. But, this isn’t your common limo I guess.

[Brandon Christiansen]


6 Comments

AJ on October 13, 2010 at 8:35 pm.

Whoah buddy, good luck getting to second base in that thing. Even if your sister isn’t discriminating, it’s still an eyesore. This is the kind of thing I would expect to see in the Arizona desert with bullet holes and without wheels.

Chad Waite on October 13, 2010 at 8:59 pm.

Oh my. They don’t make um like they used too, eh?

Ben on October 13, 2010 at 9:12 pm.

I love the Coors mudflaps. I wouldn’t expect anything less.

Brandon on October 14, 2010 at 4:00 am.

I actually found this “beauty” in the little town of Wallsburg, Utah. No better setting for such a “unique” vehicle.

StephAnn Knotts on October 14, 2010 at 7:11 pm.

Cheap and easy off-road vahicle and Big Mormon Wagon in one. win-win-win

Bob on October 7, 2015 at 4:40 pm.

Hahaha who told you its a suburban chassis? The guy made it himself. Hahahahahahaha

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