If a motorcycle genie appeared and granted you one wish in the form of any Harley-Davidson bike you wanted, what would you choose?
Would you go for a sturdy Softail for long rides in the country?
Perhaps you would opt for a fast and sporty V-Rod.
On the other hand, maybe your dream machine is an HD limo.
To clarify, we are not talking about a stretch Cadillac decked out in black with orange pinstripes. Nope. Not even close.
Harley Limo Hybrid
The Harley-Davidson limo—which actually exists—is part motorcycle, part limousine and 100 percent eye-catching.
This hybrid combines a 2012 Harley in the front and an eight-person carriage in the back, which is more than merely a shell with seats.
The pearl white limo features everything you would expect in a luxury ride: a bar, a flat screen television, a sound system, air conditioning, tinted electric windows, vertically opening doors and a rumble seat of sorts in the back, which allows a pair of passengers to perch in the open air while cruising.
Nearly 20 feet long, the bike/carriage crossbreed boasts 1.75 tons of steel, which is powered by a 5.7 liter, 350 HP V8 Chevy engine.
Unfortunately, you cannot simply stroll into your local Harley-Davidson dealership and purchase your own limo bike.
This custom-made machine belongs to a company called Wildfire Tours in Queensland, Australia.
However, if you have longed to view the Gold Coast, this might be the most unique and memorable way to do so.
Kansas City Limo
Closer to home, a gentleman named Smokey McGill of Kansas City, Kansas built another Harley-Davidson motorcycle “limo” that is distinctive in its own right.
In 2004, the 19-foot-long, 10-passenger Harley-Davidson with a DFT trike kit weighing 1,420 pounds set a record as the world’s longest motorcycle.
However, the Anaconda, as it is known, is neither for rent nor for sale. McGill has used the bike to help raise money for charity and has shown it at numerous events.