This "super stretch" Hummer is part of a multi-million dollar collection of limousines that will go under the hammer tonight in a bid to pay off debtors from the failed Manhattan Limousines company.
The company is believed to owe creditors in excess of $1 million, with their fleet of 26 super stretch vehicles now up for grabs for between $60,000 and $200,000 according to pre-auction estimates.
Steve Allen, national manager of prestige vehicles at Pickles Auctions said in all his years selling cars, he had never encountered such an interesting vehicle. "They’re freaking enormous and a pretty good vehicle to drive and to be honest, they’ll be going at a pretty good price," Mr Allen said.
The collection is part of Pickles quarterly luxury vehicle auction tonight and will also feature about 80 late model vehicles, many sold on behalf of financial institutions. The sale will also showcase cars from BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Lexus and more including a rare Mercedes B62.