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Limo Big Rig Created For Competition

Posted on March 3, 2014

Built to compete at a Trucking-Build Off event, Jeff Botelho and his team created a limousine out of a 2002 Peterbilt truck. Named as the “Cowboy Limousine”, the luxuriously transformed truck’s cabin was first stretched to 15 feet. The original engine was dumped and replaced with a C15 engine that was souped-up to produce a staggering 2000 bhp.

The interiors were chosen to be simplistic compared to the overwhelming blingy exterior of the Cowboy Limousine. Tan and brown leather was used extensively for the upholstery. One could probably have a weekend party inside and it’s got a powerful music system too.

 Two 7-inch chrome exhausts were fixed on the side skirts to add to the styling quotient.

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