The aptly-named people over at LIMO-KING HUNGARY LIMOUSINE SERVICE (companies in the former Eastern Bloc seem have a charming preference of using all-caps as much as possible) are on a rather admirable mission to make us think even less of wealthy people with more money than taste – although we’re very close to forgive them this time around.
A great way of deciding whether or not you should get a certain car is the good old litmus test where you ask yourself this question: Would I, as a child, like to be taken to school in this wreck? The more qualified version of said test would thusly be: Would my adolescent self have success with the ladies if I was taken to prom in this car? Girls who wouldn’t be all over you in this case aren’t girls worth chasing. Our Hungarian friends have taken it upon themselves to deliver to ultimate prom ride: a limousine version of the infamously lackluster Trabant. Who the targeted customer was for this 1970 vehicle is one of those questions you’ll perhaps only get the answer to if you climb the Himalayas and see one of those orange-clad monks who eat rocks for dinner, or something equally complicated. I’m a big fan of the high tech air conditioning solution, myself.