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GP Limousine Offers Fast Service, Possibility of Death

by bradiger   January 20, 2009 at 2:56PM  |  Views: 833

For three years, Michael Pettipas has had an automotive nemesis: the Bugatti Veyron. As such, Pettipas took it upon himself to beat the Bugatti’s 250 mph+ top speed, and perhaps even break 300 mph. But his approach has been unconventional, to say the least.image

He decided to create what’s been dubbed the “GP Limo” which is an F1-style race car with room for six very brave passengers. This limo will devoid of hot tubs, ice buckets and neon lights, trading those sundry delights for more pragmatic devices like turbos and racing harnesses.

Even more incredibly, it is possible you could come across one of these on the street, as the GP Limo is apparently 100% street legal.

Images provided by Autoblog.com.

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