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Lone Limo Sees Success In Southern Sudan

Posted on January 18, 2012
The elite pay $110 an hour for a chance to be seen in the stretched Lincoln Navigator.
Jocelyn Edwards/For The Toronto Star

The elite pay $110 an hour for a chance to be seen in the stretched Lincoln Navigator.

Jocelyn Edwards/For The Toronto Star

The elite pay $110 an hour for a chance to be seen in the stretched Lincoln Navigator. Jocelyn Edwards/For The Toronto Star
The elite pay $110 an hour for a chance to be seen in the stretched Lincoln Navigator. Jocelyn Edwards/For The Toronto Star

Sitting in the back of a limousine at South Sudan’s main airport, Latjor Mayul shows off the car’s flat-screen TV and sound system, loaded with gospel music.

As he flicks on the disco lights behind the passengers’ heads, passersby cross the red dirt parking lot for a better look.

The white 2003 Lincoln Navigator is the first and only limousine in South Sudan. In the youngest nation in the world — and one of the globe’s poorest — the car is a display of luxury that doesn’t fail to turn heads.

Sudan Stretch Limousine article here

Source: Toronto Star/TheStar.com

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