Measuring 42 feet in length by 8 feet across (12.8 by 2.4 m), the Learmousine seats 18 passengers plus a driver, is powered by an 8.1L Chevrolet Vortec V-8, 400 HP truck engine, and rolls on custom 28-inch red and black Diablo wheels clad in Kumho 325/25R28 tires.
Designed in 2005 by Dan Harris of Bend, Oregon, it started out as an actual aluminum Learjet fuselage, which was converted into a limo by Chicago-based firm Exotic Coach. It was built for the show circuit, and is now owned by Chicago's Jettersetter Inc. That said, it will be part of an auction taking place in June.
The street-legal "car" (or whatever you want to call it) features a steel skeleton frame, a Dark Candy Red paint job, a custom steering system, and hydro-boosted brakes. Development of its rear engine bay, drivetrain, suspension, electrical and computer systems reportedly took two years.